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British purveyor Lipsy signs on Lucy Watson for VIP
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Mar '14
courtesy: contactmusic.com
courtesy: contactmusic.com
Lipsy, the British partywear purveyor, has roped in the BAFTA award winning popular English television series ‘Made in Chelsea’ star Lucy Watson to front its forthcoming VIP collection campaigns.
 
The range will include an array of glamorous yet pocket-friendly, exquisitely detailed luxurious red carpet worthy dresses, meant to suit all body shapes.
 
Inspired from key catwalk trends, the feminine eveningwear line will feature flirty tulle prom dresses, embellished full-length gowns and some sexy bold numbers with revealing thigh high splits.
 
The new Lipsy VIP collection will be available for sale at Lipsy.co.uk from June 2014 onwards.
 
Founded in 1988, the London-based young fashion clothier Lipsy specializes in a variety of high-street and celebrity fashion inspired dresses.
 
By becoming the face of Lipsy’s new VIP range, Watson has followed in the footsteps of fellow British style icons like Millie Mackintosh, Pixie Lott and Alex Gerrard.
 

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