Little Mix Girl Leigh-Anne Pinnock Talks Her Other Job

So the Little Mix girls are looking INCREDIBLE in their new shoot for Notion magazine.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Perrie Edwards cover the magazine’s latest issue, where they beautifully channel the four elements.

We see a crimped-haired Perrie, 22, become earth in a 70s-inspired gold blouse, and 24-year-old Leigh-Anne perfecting water with wet-look curls.

> Perrie Edwards kinda suits the crimped look, right?!


Jade, 23, works tousled hair for wind and Jesy, 24, is the perfect fire in an all-red ensemble and matching lipstick. Miaow, lady.

See: The Little Mix Girls Defend Their Sexy Tour Outfits

Now, we have a sneaky suspicion Leigh-Anne may have been taking notes during the shoot. She’s actually got a little side job away from the band, penning her own fashion blog Leigh Loves.

> Leigh-Anne Pinnock worked wet-look hair and blue lipstick for her water look


She explains: ‘Fashion is 100% my way of expressing myself. I thought, I’m so into it, let me just start a blog! I write it all myself and I’ve got really into it.

‘I loved creative writing when I was younger. Being in a group, it is harder to get yourself across; you have to try extra hard as you’re all in it together. It’s nice for each of us to have something which defines us, and my blog is mine.’



She’s also got plans to get more involved in fashion in the future, continuing: ‘I would love for us to have our own line, with River Island or Topshop, or just on our own…’

See: So The Little Mix Girls Once Really Hated The Name Little Mix

But for now, the ladies are focusing on the group, having set off on their Get Weird world tour earlier this month.

> Jesy Nelson was certainly fiery


Discussing how they feel about being ‘role models’ for their young fans, Jade says: ‘I don’t think we asked to be role models, we’re just ourselves, we don’t try to impress people.

‘We do make mistakes and we do get drunk, we do what girls in their 20s do, it’s just that we’re shown in the public eye.

> Jade Thirlwall became wind


‘I do like to think that girls can look at us and think: “Yeah, girl power!” It’s nice to think that we can positively influence people!’