Former bikie associate Mark Judge had a taste of high society on Wednesday when he attended day three of Australian Fashion Week in Sydney.
The 43-year-old looked effortlessly cool in an all-black ensemble as he posed with a group of models and reality stars at Carriageworks.
Mark cut a stylish figure in jeans, a jumper and bucket hat as he crouched in front of four glamorous women, including Bachelor alum Kiki Morris and Australian Survivor star Shannon Lawson.
Popular: Ex-bikie associate Mark Judge (centre, crouching) posed with a group of models and reality stars at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney on Wednesday. He was joined by Bachelor alum Kiki Morris (right) and Australian Survivor star Shannon Lawson (second from right)
He completed his look with black shoes and also wore a sharp blazer.
Mark, who grew up near Penrith in western Sydney, started out as a doorman for a Rebels motorcycle gang clubhouse.
In 2011, the ‘ladies’ man’ was found bleeding to death on an upmarket Sydney street after he was violently stabbed nine times.
Stylish: Mark donned a sharp blazer for this photo with a scantily clad young woman
Mark was found collapsed on the footpath outside his apartment by two friends who were driving past after the attack.
He was spared a full-time jail sentence in 2005 after pleading guilty to bashing a furniture store owner and using a brick to crush the man’s finger when he tried to reclaim some of the $70,000 he had lent him.
Mark has since turned his life around and now makes a living as a designer watch seller with stores in Bondi and Melbourne.
All smiles: Mark, who grew up near Penrith in western Sydney, started out as a doorman for a Rebels motorcycle gang clubhouse. He has now makes a living as a designer watch seller with stores in Bondi and Melbourne
He is also friends with billionaire heiress Francesca Packer, who is the granddaughter of media mogul Kerry Packer.
They met through mutual friend Sam Zachariah, her ex-boyfriend and Mark’s former housemate.
In 2020, the pair were spotted celebrating their respective birthdays over dinner and drinks at Sydney cocktail bar Little Felix.
Making headlines: Since leaving his bikie associations behind, Mark now leads a respectable life and is something of a celebrity in Sydney’s social circle