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Northern Ireland's first nude and glamour model agency has opened in Belfast. Paul Crawford, the professional wedding photographer who founded the Belfast Studio, already has more than 30 Irish models on his books. But just who are the local girls stripping off for money?
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Itís not all tiaras and glamour as new Miss NI admits usual footwear is steel-toed boots
So it certainly isn't going to be all tiaras and taffeta for year-old Lauren Leckey who admitted that her job at her dad's concrete company often involves pottering around a yard. But what a night to remember for the raven-haired sales rep from Stoneyford who won the coveted crown during a glittering gala event at the Europa Hotel in Belfast on Monday. Dressed yesterday in a fetching fuchsia ensemble - comprising a high-neck, short-sleeved asymmetric top paired with tapered ankle grazers and nude court shoes - she was already attracting considerable attention early on in her new role.
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Legenderry Promotions provide gorgeous girls for photo shoots in Belfast and Derry.
Tell me where you want to shoot and tell me what you expect me to wear. - Based in the heart of Belfast, Northern Ireland, ACA Models have been Northern Ireland's leading modelling and promotion agency for fashion shows, showroom work, advertising and photographic sessions ó But we don't stop there.
A Belfast glamour model has slammed the reported decision of The Sun newspaper to stop publishing photographs of topless models on Page 3. Britain's best-selling tabloid has not published the topless pin-ups since Friday, and has reportedly decided to quietly drop the feature. The Times, a News International sister paper, ran a story in Tuesday's newspaper headlined "The Sun has got its top on. This is a female-orientated industry, females in front of and behind the camera as photographers, make-up artists and hair stylists. That is not in aid of the feminist movement, that is regressing something, it is taking away a right of women to express their sexuality. It is fine and healthy.