Molly-Mae Hague launches another gorgeous shoe and accessories collection with EGO – and they’re 50% off

Molly Mae Hague is back with the launch of her second collection with shoe and accessories brand EGO, and it’s bigger and better than ever.

Following the sell-out success of her first collaboration back in July with the brand, the Love Island star’s Molly Mae x Ego Part Two collection launches today and we want everything!

Molly-Mae looks gorgeous as she poses in the over knee biker boots from her new EGO collection
Molly-Mae looks gorgeous as she poses in the over knee biker boots from her new EGO collection

Georgie Ring Detail Toe Bag Was £29.99 Now £14.99

Reaching Over the Knee Thigh High Biker Boot Was £79.99 Now £39.99

Her twenty piece collection of shoes and handbags is designed by the woman for the woman, who knows what she wants. The range champions Molly’s girl boss attitude, with each style exuding her luxe, glam aesthetic. So it only seems fitting the campaign was shot in the lavish, opulent city

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Insta model with ‘the biggest cheeks in the world’ claims they’re still ‘too small’ after losing count of her operations

AN INSTAGRAM model with the “biggest cheeks in the world” claims they’re still “too small” after losing count of her operations.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk, 30, from Kiev, Ukraine, got her first fillers when she was 26 and hasn’t stopped injecting her face since.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk wants even bigger cheeks

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Anastasia Pokreshchuk wants even bigger cheeksCredit: Instagram
She has injected herself with fillers since she was 26

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She has injected herself with fillers since she was 26Credit: Instagram
Anastasia is pictured before her procedures

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Anastasia is pictured before her proceduresCredit: Truly

She has now spent more than $2,000 just on cheek fillers – and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.

Anastasia said: “You may think that they are too big but I think that they’re a little bit small, I need to refresh them again soon.”

Anastasia said she has lost count of how many facial procedures she has had.

She has had fillers in her lips, cheeks and in the corners of her mouth, botox in her

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Nearly 3 in 10 Native American women work a front-line job, but they’re far from receiving equal pay

Native American women are on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis, with nearly 3 in 10 working a job that is considered essential during today’s pandemic, according to the National Women’s Law Center. 



a person standing in front of a building: Navajo Family Social Distancing with Covid-19 Masks outside their home in Monument Valley Arizonaa


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Navajo Family Social Distancing with Covid-19 Masks outside their home in Monument Valley Arizonaa

But, despite the critical work that Native American women do, they are still not compensated fairly for their labor. In fact, Native American women, on average, are paid approximately $0.60 for every dollar earned by White, non-Hispanic men, with women from some tribes, such as the Yaqui, making less than 50% of what their White male peers make. This means, that in order to earn the same amount White men earned the previous calendar year, the average Native American woman has to work an 10 additional months into the new year before equal pay is reached on October

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