Bianca Miller London to launch nude tights for a range of skin tones in selected Topshop stores and on


BBC The Apprentice runner up 2014, Bianca Miller, continues to extend her hosiery brand by securing global fashion destination, Topshop, as a stockist.


Bianca Miller London will be available from Saturday 27th August 2016 in Topshop’s global flagship store on London’s Oxford Street, as well as in Canary Wharf, Knightsbridge, Birmingham (Bull Ring), and Edinburgh stores over the coming weeks. In addition, Bianca Miller London will also be stocked in Topshop’s Chicago and New York stores, and online at



The brand launched in late November 2015, almost one year after Miller triumphed 18 other contenders to compete in the final of The Apprentice.


“I am so excited that Topshop is stocking my tights – I’m sure I will be one of the first to see the range in store on Saturday,” explains Miller. “For many years the range of nude hosiery on offer was so limited. I saw a gap in the market to bring multiple nude tones to the retail sector, and I’m incredibly proud to bring a solution to women who rely on this wardrobe staple all over the world.”


Bianca Miller London was created to redefine nude hosiery by offering a range that caters to women of all complexions from English Rose to darker African skin tones. The colours have been carefully developed based on extensive research to adequately cover an array of skin tones.


Topshop will stock five colours of Bianca Miller London’s tights, including Rose, Sand, Latte, Chestnut and Chocolate, in sizes S/M and M/L.


The entire colour spectrum spanning eight tones in both tights and lace hold-ups are currently available through, as well as on, and



For samples of the range or to arrange an interview with Bianca Miller please contact:

Kirsty Heber-Smith on +44 (0)7843 304 665 or email


Note to Editors

Retail price tag tights £12

Hold ups £15


About Bianca Miller


Bianca entered BBC Business competition ‘The Apprentice’ in 2014 and beat 80,000 applicants and 18 candidates to make it to the final where she proposed her concept for ‘True Skin’. The show culminated in a hotly contested final but in AW 2015 ‘Bianca Miller London’ was born, with the brand intending to build on the direct enquiries from viewers of ‘The Apprentice’, where the brand proposition was viewed by over 120 million people worldwide.