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Fran Newman-Young turns designer for Daisystreet
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Nov '14
courtesy: Daisystreet
courtesy: Daisystreet
Fran Newman-Young is the latest star from the popular BAFTA award-winning structured-reality television series ‘Made in Chelsea’ to turn a fashion designer.

The young 26-year-old actress has joined forces with the online retailer Daisystreet.co.uk to launch an affordable 30-piece autumn/winter clothing collection.

Inspired by the famous music icons like the American singers and songwriters Debbie Harry and Gwen Stefani, the range is replete with the designer’s signature bohemian chic style ethos.

The line features an array of glitzy party dresses, glittering separates, warm winter coats, figure-hugging pencil skirts and cosy knits.

Some of the standouts from the collection, which has been modelled by Fran herself, include a pair of tartan skinny trousers, a velvet tassel quilted top, a soft pink hued jumpsuit, a gold foil contrast side split maxi dress, a PU midi skirt and a leopard print oversized shirt.

A blog on the e-commerce platform introduces the range as- “the collection is made for YOU….with the help of Fran and our extra fabulous team over at Daisy Street HQ; we want YOU to look seriously hot to trot this party season with a plethora of faux furs, sequins and curve-inducing silhouettes.”

Apart from Fran, other Made in Chelsea stars like Caggie Dunlop, Millie Mackintosh, Rosie Fortescue and Louise Thompson have also created their individual fashion lines.

Daisystreet.co.uk specializes in latest catwalk trends inspired yet affordably priced fashions for women. (PB)

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