SHE appears completely naked on the cover of the first SIXTY6 Magazine. So it’s no surprise that cover girl Demi Rose Mawby wanted to steal the show as she attended it’s launch this evening.
The 21-year-old turned heads by wearing a completely sheer crimson dress, with just a pair of knickers to protect her modesty.
Showing off her amazing figure – which has helped her become an internet star – the dress featured a plunging neckline, as well as a thigh high split.
The Sutton Coldfield beauty happily posed away in the flattering gown beside a large board featuring her cover photo.
She was joined at the bash by a whole host of celebrities, including Love Island’s Olivia Buckland who wowed in latex and former Towie star Pascal Craymer.
While Olivia took inspiration from Khloe Kardashian in her dress, Pascal picked a dress similar to one worn by Kendall Jenner on her recent birthday.
The reality star showed off her cleavage in the plunging silver minidress that was completely backless.
The short number showed off toned legs as she walked – while struggling not to pop out of the incredibly low-cut dress.
Other stars in attendance included X Factor star Chloe Paige and The Apprentice’s Jessica Cunningham.
Meanwhile Demi has opened up about her whirlwind romance with rapper Tyga in the magazine.
The stunner, who has racked up 3.2million followers by beguiling users with a string of raunchy snaps, hit the headlines when she dated the 27-year-old in May.
Speaking in SIXTY6, she said: “It was interesting, it just happened really fast.
“He had been messaging me then I went to a party in Cannes and bumped into him. He was nice and we got along. And I spent some time with him.
“We ended up spending the rest of our time there together.”
But Demi — from a middle class home in quiet Sutton Coldfield — said she had been thrown by the amount of attention she received during the affair.
She continued: “Yes, it was insane.
“I didn’t expect to meet him but he was a nice guy, that’s why we got along. He was quirky, funny, genuine, that’s what I liked about him.”