Apprentice Star Luisa Zissman Launches Sexy Bikini Range – the 27-year old former Apprentice star has just launched her first range of swimwear and it looks like the manufacturers might have run out of material looking at how small the bikini briefs are!
The new range is called Fall In Love Princess Luisa and is available from the UK online retailer Pretty Pink Princess.
It is not the first time that Luisa has been involved with this e-tailer as she was wearing a Pretty Pink Princess bikini back in December 2013 when she was posing on holiday in Dubai and talking about a possible feature in Playboy.
The Lancashire based swimwear company must be pretty pleased at their involvement with the media star and cupcake retailer as she is not only a famous name to link to their product but also has a hot enough body to model the bikinis as well.
The bikini we are showing Luisa modelling here is the Pretty Pia, which sells at £44.99, this seems a reasonable price for such a well designed piece of swimwear unless you cost it out using the amount of material used as there seems little fabric cover for Luisa either up top or down below.
Luisa says that the new range of swimwear is designed to show off feminine curves but from what we have seen of the range it requires a great body like Luisa’s as it doesn’t look very forgiving to anyone having any lumps and bumps they are trying hard to disguise. You certainly couldn’t wear a bikini from Luisa’s new range if you had been having too many of her cupcakes.
Luisa has recently got divorced from her husband Oliver Zissman, the founder of Total Fitness. The couple had been married for 5 years and have one child, a 4-year old daughter called Dixie.
There has been some ill-feeling of late between Luisa and TOWIE’s Lauren Goodger over Lauren’s recent sex tape scandal. Lisa implied on Twitter that Lauren might have leaked the tape herself, a fact which Lauren strongly denied. Luisa also said that if she has a sex tape herself ‘it would be worth talking about, not a measly 6 secs long! Least make the embarrassment worthwhile.’