Meet London Fashion Week's It-Girls

Author of "How to Walk in High Heels", Camilla has written for the UK Times, the Telegraph, Bazaar, and Time Style and Design in the US. She also covered the shows for Vogue UK online, reviewing all cities and hemlengths, and also assisted in the Galliano Studios. Attending fashion shows long before she was invited, London is where she started as a lowly Cinderella Fashionista. This season she is very excited to share some of her adventures with you. Meet London's It girls. They're the ones designers long to dress and they're as happy in the market or clubs as they are on the red carpet. With a different paparazzi culture (and no pesky Kardashians or Real Housewives), these are the girls who fill the gossip mags and blogs across the pond.
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Author of "How to Walk in High Heels", Camilla has written for the UK Times, the Telegraph, Bazaar, and Time Style and Design in the US. She also covered the shows for Vogue UK online, reviewing all cities and hemlengths, and also assisted in the Galliano Studios. Attending fashion shows long before she was invited, London is where she started as a lowly Cinderella Fashionista. This season she is very excited to share some of her adventures with you. Meet London's It girls. They're the ones designers long to dress and they're as happy in the market or clubs as they are on the red carpet. With a different paparazzi culture (and no pesky Kardashians or Real Housewives), these are the girls who fill the gossip mags and blogs across the pond.
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Author of "How to Walk in High Heels", Camilla has written for the UK Times, the Telegraph, Bazaar, and Time Style and Design in the US. She also covered the shows for Vogue UK online, reviewing all cities and hemlengths, and also assisted in the

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Eliza Doolittle: No, not the character from My Fair Lady, this Miss Doolittle is a pretty pop starlet whose dainty frame designers love to dress. Her debut single "Skinny Genes" is making her a front row photogenic fave.

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Pixie Lott: Another pop star, she has become a lovely front row feature--especially with her cropped new peroxide look. Think Britney in her Disney days mixed with a dash of Luella.

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Nicole Roberts: Bandmate Cheryl Cole gets a lot of attention, but she's not the only beauty from band Girls Aloud. Nicole is the pale and interesting red head who has her own makeup line, solo career, and went to Parliament to try and ban harmful tanning booths. She's also a big Westwood fan.

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Daisy Lowe The daughter of Bush’s Gavin Rossdale and Pearl Lowe,

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Tallulah Harlech: Daughter of

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Amber LeBon:: This model and daughter of Yasmin and Simon Le Bon is as willowy and lovely as her mother and just starting her career.