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Made in Chelsea's Rosie Fortescue turns fashion designer
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Nov '14
courtesy: Lipstick Boutique
courtesy: Lipstick Boutique
Rosie Fortescue, the young television star from the popular BAFTA award-winning structured-reality television series Made in Chelsea, has forayed into fashion design with her brand new collection created in collaboration with the UK-based purveyor Lipstick Boutique.

Based on the personal style preferences of the 24-year-old actress, the line includes chic clothing and accessories infused with androgynous and feminine elements.

The Autumn/Winter 2014 collection features matching knitted skirt and top combos, skinny leather trousers, strapless black maxis, floral peplums, short blazers and satin cropped blouses.

The line also includes grey waterfall cardigans, slouchy coats, lace feather dresses, tuxedo dresses, and pencil and midi skirts.

The celebrity-inspired clothier Lipstick Boutique specializes in an array of feminine, chic, pretty, affordable and wearable clothing. The firm offers creations from TV stars like Jessica Wright and Lydia Rose of The Only Way Is Essex (TOWIE) fame.

Apart from essaying her multifaceted roles as actress and fashion designer, the London-born Rosie also writes a style blog, At Fashion Forte. (PB)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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