Fashion designer Alex Perry has unveiled a complete body transformation.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the 57-year-old fashion star left fans gobsmacked when he showed off his extremely muscular physique during an at-home workout.
Alex flaunted his broad shoulders, muscular chest and bulging biceps in a tight grey singlet while working up a sweat.
What a difference! Fashion designer Alex Perry unveiled his jaw-dropping body transformation during an at-home workout on Sunday, right. He is pictured on the left in 2014
Alex paired the revealing top with fitted black sweatpants and black gloves for a heavy weights session.
The designer also revealed his very youthful visage, wearing a blue trucker hat which drew attention to his angular jaw.
On the grind: Despite being fit for a number of years, Alex appears to have bulked-up even more over the past few months. Here: December, 2019
The star is certainly no stranger to playing with his aesthetic. He previously admitted to getting cosmetic injectibles to enhance his appearance.
Alex, whose celebrity fans include Rihanna and Kim Kardashian, told Yahoo Lifestyle in 2013 that he is not ashamed of using fillers and Botox.
‘There is nothing not real, there are a few fillers and there is a bit of Botox but that’s that. That’s normal, right?… It’s all real. It’s all real,’ he said.
Enhancements: The star is certainly no stranger to playing with his aesthetic. He was previously admitted to getting cosmetic injectibles to enhance his appearance
In 2016, the Australia’s Next Top Model judge was criticised for his appearance by one of the show’s contestants, Kassidy Ure.
After Alex criticised one of her photos, she sniped back: ‘At least my lips are real!’
The significant transformation comes after Alex announced his flagship store on the Strand Arcade, in Sydney’s CBD, will shut its doors permanently.
The fashion designer said his decision came after customer numbers dwindled with the ascent of online shopping.
Perry said he his focus will instead be re-directed towards his booming online store.
The designer has said it is where he makes almost four times as many sales.
Pandemic: Alex recently announced his flagship store on the Strand Arcade, in Sydney’s CBD, will close. Here: Sydney, 2017