Faye Winter and Mutya Buena rock chic all-denim ensembles for London event


Love Island’s Faye Winter and Sugababes icon Mutya Buena both rocked all-denim ensembles as they headed to Captain Morgan’s Event in South London on Friday.

Reality star Faye, 27, looked incredible in the trendy sleeveless jumpsuit as she strolled to the glitzy gathering alongside pals. 

She wore a golden necklace, accessorising with a deep green satchel purse and white shoes. 

Denim-chic: The reality star, 27, looked incredible in the trendy sleeveless jumpsuit as she strolled to the glitzy gathering alongside pals

Glam: Elsewhere Mutya, 37, stunned in a light-wash denim jacket and matching jeans, worn over a busty orange crop top

Glam: Elsewhere Mutya, 37, stunned in a light-wash denim jacket and matching jeans, worn over a busty orange crop top

Faye grinned, sporting a glam make-up look as she accentuated her eyes with dark shadow.

The blonde beauty wore her highlighted blonde tresses in a sleek, straightened style.

Elsewhere Mutya, 37, stunned in a light-wash denim jacket and matching jeans, worn over a busty orange crop top. 

She rocked a glam make-up vibe with feathery dark lashes and a dusky pink lipstick. 

Mutya accessorised with a chunky chain necklace and large hoops, showing off glimpses her impressive tattoos. 

Chic: Faye grinned, sporting a glam make-up look as she accentuated her eyes with dark shadow

Chic: Faye grinned, sporting a glam make-up look as she accentuated her eyes with dark shadow

Wow: Mutya accessorised with a chunky chain necklace and large hoops, showing off glimpses her impressive tattoos

Wow: Mutya accessorised with a chunky chain necklace and large hoops, showing off glimpses her impressive tattoos

The singer wore a bracelet and brandished theatrically long acrylics, finisihng the look off with chunky white platform heels. 

It comes as earlier this month the Sugababes have claimed their career was ‘sabotaged’ by music industry people who did not have their best interests at heart. 

The band’s original line-up of Mutya, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy recently announced they are heading on their first UK headline tour in over two decades later this year.

Speaking to The Sun, the girl group admitted getting to where they are now has not been easy as they hit out at people they worked with who didn’t want them to succeed.

Shock: Last month the Sugababes have claimed their career was 'sabotaged' by music industry people who did not have their best interests at heart (L-R: Mutya, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy)

Shock: Last month the Sugababes have claimed their career was ‘sabotaged’ by music industry people who did not have their best interests at heart (L-R: Mutya, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy)

Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan first reformed back in 2012 and went by the name MKS after they were blocked from using the Sugababes name due to trademark issues – despite being the original members of the band. 

The trio also believe the same people who caused problems over the Sugababes name – which they now own the trademark to – also leaked an MKS album that is yet to be officially released.

‘Someone leaked our music,’ Keisha said, with Siobhan adding: ‘Some people would say it was sabotage.’    

Keisha went on: ‘We had to go against people obstructing us. It wasn’t fun and it wasn’t fair. But we carried on. We stuck together, we pushed through and we just thought, “We created the name ourselves and it’s part of us.”

Return: The band's original line-up of Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan recently announced they are heading on their first UK headline tour in over two decades later this year (pictured in 2001)

Return: The band’s original line-up of Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan recently announced they are heading on their first UK headline tour in over two decades later this year (pictured in 2001) 

‘So we went with the name MKS because of the obstruction. It was unfair because when that happens and you don’t get to explain it to the masses, it falls back on us and then the people who obstruct, they run off into the sunset.’ 

Keisha said the group felt misunderstood when they were known as MKS and credited their commitment to not giving up that got them the Sugababes name back.

Their resolve to stick together bucks years of rumours that the group – which underwent several line-up changes – was plagued by infighting.

Recalling the rumours, Mutya said the group were formed as teenagers and had a lot of ‘bad influences’ around them, adding that they don’t have the time for fueds now they’re adults.

Interview: 'Someone leaked our music,' Keisha said, with Siobhan adding: 'Some people would say it was sabotage' (pictured in June 2022)

Interview: ‘Someone leaked our music,’ Keisha said, with Siobhan adding: ‘Some people would say it was sabotage’ (pictured in June 2022) 

Fill circle: The reformed original trio – Keisha, Siobhan and Mutya -  are set to embark on a 17-date tour across the country (pictured in 2001)

Fill circle: The reformed original trio – Keisha, Siobhan and Mutya –  are set to embark on a 17-date tour across the country (pictured in 2001)

The Sugababes returned in June when they performed at the Avalon Stage at Glastonbury.

They will head off on their 17-date tour on October 16 and plan to stick together when the gigs wrap. 

It comes after the group recently appeared on This Morning where they spoke about the ‘scrutiny’ they faced as teens and the ‘appreciation’ they feel being back together again. 

Siobhan spoke about how they managed their careers after forming when they were just 13 years old, saying: ‘There was obviously a lot of scrutiny, we were three awkward teenagers and we didn’t go to stage school or anything like that and we’re still not media trained as you can probably tell.

Lineup: Siobhan originally left in 2001 and was replaced by Heidi Range (pictured in 2002)

Lineup: Siobhan originally left in 2001 and was replaced by Heidi Range (pictured in 2002) 

‘But you’re really hard on yourself and it’s so different this time round, we’re just so much more relaxed.’

Mutya shared: ‘People didn’t realise how young we were, people thought we were older!’

With Keisha adding: ‘I’m the same age as my mum was when we started.’

Keisha, Mutya and Siobhan had originally planned to launch their comeback in 2020 – but their ambitions were derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Changes: Mutya left in 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah (pictured in 2006)

Changes: Mutya left in 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah (pictured in 2006) 

Mutya then went on to note how they have much more ‘appreciation’ to be back this time around, as she noted how much the industry has ‘changed’ and that the girls feel less ‘anxious’ about their looks as adults.

The Sugababes went through numerous line-up changes over the years with all three original members eventually being replaced.

Siobhan left in 2001 and was replaced by Heidi Range, Mutya left in 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah and Keisha was replaced by Jade Ewan when she departed in 2009.

New line-up: Keisha was replaced by Jade Ewan when she departed in 2009, leaving no original members left (pictured in 2011)

New line-up: Keisha was replaced by Jade Ewan when she departed in 2009, leaving no original members left (pictured in 2011) 

The replacement members stopped making music in 2011.

Of their tour Siobhan went on: ‘We’re going on our first UK headline tour for quite a while! The tickets go on sale on 1st July and we are touring in October and November.’

While Keisha said: ‘We are so excited and already brainstorming ideas, and we have an amazing band… look at us now, we’re doing it!’

Keisha said: 'We had to go against people obstructing us. It wasn't fun and it wasn't fair. But we carried on. We stuck together, we pushed through' (pictured in 2013)

Keisha said: ‘We had to go against people obstructing us. It wasn’t fun and it wasn’t fair. But we carried on. We stuck together, we pushed through’ (pictured in 2013) 

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