Maya Jama gives the supermodels a run for their money at Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief show


The presenter has been focusing on her career (Picture: Rex/PA)

Maya Jama keeps proving time and time again that no matter the occasion, she’s going to be among the best dressed.

The BBC Radio 1 host, 25, looked like a mystical woodland goddess in a green dress that featured a low-cut caged bodice at Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief charity show in London.

The 49-year-old supermodel hosted her annual charity event during London Fashion Week on Saturday night, with the aim of raising money for the Mayor’s Fund for London and Unicef.

Some of the biggest names in fashion and showbiz attended or walked the runway, including Stella Maxwell, Leomie Anderson, Billy Porter and Pierce Brosnan.

Outfits that featured on the runway included pieces from Alexander McQueen, Dior, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, Gucci and much more.

One of the best moments from the relief show was the post-catwalk performance by R&B icon Eve, which had Maya bopping to the set.

Maya was seen with Edward Enninful and Karen Elson at FFR (Picture: Richard Young/REX)
Look at her shine at the GQ Men of the Year awards (Picture: David Fisher/REX)

The radio host made jaws drop with her stunning semi-sheer diamond-studded dress attending the GQ Men of the Year awards following split with Stormzy.

Give your stylist a raise, Maya.

Meanwhile, Maya has been sharing poignant affirmations with her fans on Instagram as she continues to move forward after the sudden breakup from the Sounds Of The Skeng rapper.

The presenter is one of the many fans of the Pattern app which promises to help ‘you better understand yourself and connect with others on a deeper level.’

And she was particularly moved by the message posted on the app on Thursday evening, which said: ‘Your power can be overwhelming for some people – what’s natural for you can seem like too much for others.

Stormzy and Maya Jama have been together for four years (Picture: Dave Benett/Getty Images)

‘At times, even if you don’t say a word, your dominance and strength are felt and understood… There’s just that aura about you.’

While Maya added: ‘The pattern app with late night realness.’

Another post read: ‘Your destiny is to develop your sense of strength and power. No one should tell you what to do, stand in your way, or control the terms of your life.

‘It’s important for you to create your own rules. Even if you don’t relate to your intensity, you’re meant to prioritize your own experience and be driven by your passions. If something doesn’t excite you then it’s not for you.’

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