Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page attend the Fashion Revolution catwalk show

Tasha Ghouri displays her cool sense of style in a blazer dress and lace-up butterfly stilettos alongside Andrew Le Page at the Fashion Revolution catwalk show

Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page attended the Fashion Revolution catwalk show, on Monday night. 

The dancer, 24, displayed her cool sense of style in an oversized blazer dress and lace-up butterfly stilettos.

The Love Island beauty looked fabulous in the grey number, as she posed in her aqua coloured heels, which wrapped up her toned pins.

Tasha accessorised her ensemble with a heart pendent necklace and carried her belongings in a white tasseled handbag.

Andrew looked classically handsome in a beige zip-up polo shirt and dark trousers, teamed with box-fresh trainers.

Couple goals: Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page attended the Fashion Revolution catwalk show, on Monday night

Couple goals: Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page attended the Fashion Revolution catwalk show, on Monday night

Gorgeous: The dancer displayed her cool sense of style in an oversized blazer dress and lace-up butterfly stilettos

Gorgeous: The dancer displayed her cool sense of style in an oversized blazer dress and lace-up butterfly stilettos

Handsome: Andrew looked classically handsome in a beige zip-up polo shirt and dark trousers, teamed with box-fresh trainers

Handsome: Andrew looked classically handsome in a beige zip-up polo shirt and dark trousers, teamed with box-fresh trainers

It comes after Tasha offered advice to the new crop of Love Islanders, ahead of the latest series’ debut last Monday. 

The blonde beauty appeared on Good Morning Britain on where she was asked if she had any advice for the latest intake of stars. 

She answered: ‘Be yourself and enjoy it, don’t care about people’s opinions. Just be you, it’s your journey.’

As well as discussing the show, Tasha was also speaking about her support for deaf children having showcased her ‘superpower’ of being deaf on the show. 

During her appearance, she was showing a new look – comprising pared-back make-up and a loose-fitting black suit, which was worlds away from her usual scanty ensembles or sexy bikini and lingerie campaigns. 

Tasha admitted that seeing the new stars preparing to enter the show made her feel nostalgic, as she said: ‘It’s bringing flashbacks to when we went in. good luck to them, I’m sure they’ll smash it!’

Tasha was born completely deaf and her parents found out when she was 12 months old, after which she got a cochlear implant when she was five having been using fluent sign language as her only way of being able to communicate until then. 

She was asked how her parents coped with watching her on the show due to her deafness and how she was treated by others. 

Fashionista: Tasha accessorised her ensemble with a heart pendent necklace and carried her belongings in a white tasseled handbag

Fashionista: Tasha accessorised her ensemble with a heart pendent necklace and carried her belongings in a white tasseled handbag

She said: ‘For my parents it was hard, they really had to go through that emotional experience with me. I don’t like ableism as well and they had to deal with that… it was really hard to get that education across, it’s really hard when trying to find love’. 

On being the first deaf contestant, she said: ‘I was so nervous, I was literally petrified. I nervous how people will react in the villa and on the outside…

 I was thinking ‘am i really doing this now?’. My main purpose was to find love, which I did, and to be a representative for deaf people. 

And find love she did with Andrew, who she gushed over, saying: ‘Love Island, it worked for me. Andrew’s such a great person, so lucky to find someone that accepts me for me. Nice to see him followed by the deaf community too’. 

***
Read more at DailyMail.co.uk