Amy Childs ditches West Ham accentuates curves figure hugging dress

That's one way to advertise your clothing range! Amy Childs steps out in a figure-hugging black dress from her own collection
By Nadia Mendoza

Her website crashed when her clothing collection went live because so many fans wanted to get hold of dresses she had designed.

But Amy Childs is clearly keen to get the range more publicity, stepping out in a black and silver dress from the collection last night.

The former Only Way Is Essex star showed off her curves in the figure-hugging £55 Claire dress as she arrived at the Riverside Studios to film an appearance on ITV2 show Celebrity Juice.
Woman in black: Amy Childs opted for a chic LBD with elegant detail around the cleavage
A good advert for her own range: Amy looked stunning in the £55
Claire dress from her own collection

Amy, 21, teamed the detailed dress with a pair of strappy black sandals and a leather jacket as she made her way home from the London studios.

Talking about her new clothing line recently, Amy said she had taken inspiration from Victoria Beckham's look.

She said: 'I love Victoria Beckham's long dresses. Some of my collection was inspired from that look. I love my collection, though, especially the sparkly and glittery dresses!'
Dressed to impress: Amy covered up with a leather jacket as she left
the Riverside Studios after filming Celebrity Juice

The reality star's glamorous appearance was in sharp contrast to her more casual look as she attended the West Ham match against Bristol City at Upton Park in Newham wearing football kit.

The Celebrity Big Brother star is preparing to launch her own show on Channel 5 called All About Amy, which will follow her post-TOWIE ventures.

She also revealed that she is hiring her own personal security team after the terrible attack Sam and Billie Faiers endured last month.
Time to head home: Amy appeared to have had fun filming the ITV2 show

Amy told The Sun: 'We are in the public eye and even going out now I'm careful. I went to the Sugar Hut nightclub the other night and I did actually need security.

'I was with my mum and people were pulling at me and crowding round.

'You also have to be careful about the possibility of people spiking your drink. I don't put my drink down but with everyone calling you and pulling you it would be so easy for someone to put something in there.'

She added: 'It's so terrible that it's happened to Sam and Billie but for all of us it's a real wake-up call.'