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Putting emotion at the forefront, Pixie Lott is welcoming a new chapter. One that is more vulnerable, more open, or in her own words: “more me than ever.” The pop-star has been keeping busy these past years: starring as a judge on the Voice Kids UK, headlining the West-End production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s and having a high-profile engagement. Showing the world that there is more to Lott than the bubblegum pop-star that shot to fame at 18. Almost a decade later, she has proven she is far from a one-hit wonder and more than just a singer — she can really do it all — and now it is time for new music. This year has a lot in the cards for Lott. She chats with Schön! about her new album, finding artistic confidence and her upcoming nuptials.

What you might not know about Lott is that she has written most of her own songs, and she has been writing since she was 13 years old. “Now at 27, you can imagine I have progressed a great deal. Songwriting is like a fine wine — it gets better with age!” she jokingly explains. “I think as you grow in confidence and have more life experiences it’s easier to voice them out loud in a room of your co-writers. You don’t mind putting ideas out there whether they are good or bad. When I was younger, I wasn’t always up for getting my ideas across in case it backfired.” With this new-found confidence, Lott has created an album which is “very honest and genuine.” “I’ve loved really focusing on lyrics and melody and putting emotion at the forefront.”

And the sound? What has made Pixie Lott such a success story in UK pop music has been her ability to merge diverse genres from pop to soul. However, in this candid album she is switching things up. “It has a very classic sound and that is the sound as an artist I love,” she tells us about her album, “this will be a more focused sound because I’m working with a small group of people — something I’ve never done before.  That’s why previously, I have merged and jumped genres a lot.” Lott explains why she has become so bold now: “I definitely feel more comfortable to do exactly what I want to do.  To take control and do what feels right.”

Perhaps this musical evolution can be credited in part to her formidable television career, from which she has diversified from “Pixie Lott, the pop-star” to just “Pixie Lott.” Lott conquered television with a stint on Strictly Come Dancing and two seasons as judge and mentor on The Voice Kids UK, where we got to see the genuinely bubbly, amiable woman behind the persona. She explains why she made the move to the screen by participating on The Voice Kids, saying “I’m always up for being involved in things that excite me!  Working with young, talented musicians is one of those things so it seemed like the perfect thing to do.  I started out very young and I have the empathy and lots of advice to give!”

In the midst of her busy schedule, Lott maintains that her number one passion is and always will be music. “I always make time for music. Especially at the moment because I’m really into the new stuff I’m doing.  I’ve written most of [the album] out in LA and I set time aside myself to spend a whole bunch of time there and work with exactly who I wanted to work with.”

It seems everything is going Lott’s way this year, with not only music falling into place but her personal life worth celebrating as well, with a wedding coming up. Which makes this album extra special as she is celebrating love and life through music in it. When asked whether this personal joy has influenced her music, she answers affirmatively: “even subconsciously the songs seem to reflect real life. You will learn about all the recent experiences I’m having — I don’t want to give the game away!  There are songs I’ve written about the wedding though so hopefully you’ll get to hear it.” Cheeky, but we’re intrigued. We wonder what we can expect from the performer for the rest of the year. “For me right now, it is all about the music. I had a great time performing at all the festivals over the summer. Now, I will, of course, keep writing and start building a plan for the releases.”

With new music coming out and a wedding on the horizon, it seems Lott has manifested a real-life fairytale. Whether on TV, on stage or living the dream, Pixie Lott is always reminding us that she can do it all. 2019 is a year to watch this one, with fans eagerly anticipating the new album and a sneak peek into her wedding, we can be sure to find this happiness in her music.

Source: Schön! Magazine

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Pixie Lott has been in the game for a long time. Her debut single, ‘Mama Do (Uh Oh Uh Oh)’ was released when she was only eighteen, and catapulted itself almost immediately to the top of the UK charts, where it spent a week at number one, eleven weeks in the top 40, and reached the top 40 in eleven other countries.

Since this meteoric rise, Lott has managed to keep things exciting. She has released several more albums, competed on Strictly Come Dancing in 2014, starred as Holly Golightly in a 12-week run of Breakfast at Tiffany’s at the Theatre Royal, and worked as a judge on The Voice Kids UK alongside will.i.am and McFly’s Danny Jones, to name just a few of her projects. She brought out her new single ‘Won’t Forget You’, featuring Stylo G, at the end of September, and it’s an upbeat pop gem with a sincere sweetness at its centre – much like the star herself.

Now, Pixie sits down with Spindle to discuss her new single and her career so far. Watch the exclusive interview right here, and watch the video for ‘Won’t Forget You’ below:

Source: Spindle Magazine

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The star will be heading to the city and will be performing a number of her best loved songs as part of the official launch of Christmas on November 23

The Mama Do singer, who was a judge on television’s The Voice and has appeared in a number of West End shows, will be taking to the stage at Keel Square where she will join Mayor of Sunderland, Councillor Doris MacKnight, for the switch on. The performance – which will take place before the 6pm switch-on – is one of a whole host of events planned for the city’s Christmas festivities. A range of community entertainment will begin from 4.30pm, supporting the NSPCC and its Light Up Christmas for Children Campaign. The Sky Cinema Bus will also be in Keel Square throughout the day, showing a range of Disney short films for all the family. Street food stalls will also be found at High Street West. The evening coincides with the launch of arts hub, The Fire Station, which will not only stage a unique performance piece but will also play host to a pyrotechnics display at 6.45pm.

The Mama Do singer, who was a judge on television’s The Voice and has appeared in a number of West End shows, will be taking to the stage at Keel Square where she will join Mayor of Sunderland, Councillor Doris MacKnight, for the switch on. The performance – which will take place before the 6pm switch-on – is one of a whole host of events planned for the city’s Christmas festivities. A range of community entertainment will begin from 4.30pm, supporting the NSPCC and its Light Up Christmas for Children Campaign. The Sky Cinema Bus will also be in Keel Square throughout the day, showing a range of Disney short films for all the family. Street food stalls will also be found at High Street West. The evening coincides with the launch of arts hub, The Fire Station, which will not only stage a unique performance piece but will also play host to a pyrotechnics display at 6.45pm. This performance will be free, but tickets will be required and will be available from the Cultural Spring website in the weeks leading up to the event. “We have been working all year on ensuring that Christmas in Sunderland is going to be absolutely fantastic,” said Sharon Appleby, Head of Business Operations at Sunderland Business Improvement District. “We have worked closely with Sunderland City Council and a number of other partners to bring together what promises to be a truly amazing start to the festive season. “We’re also very grateful to Sun FM for securing a star of the calibre of Pixie Lott to get the event under way.”

Source: Sunderland Echo

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Returning to the music scene after three years would be seen as a challenge is anyone’s book. However, Pixie Lott is embracing this new chapter with vigour. After competing on Strictly Come Dancing, starring in a West End play and coaching on The Voice UK, Pixie is back with a bang. Now working on her fourth studio album which is set for release later this year, we quizzed Pixie on her brand new dance track, her love of acting, the best advice she’s ever been given and accepting her FAULTs.

Your new song ‘Baby’ has recently been released – tell us a bit more about it.

It’s a dance track which is really exciting for me because it’s so fun and I just love going out. I’ve not released music for a while so it’s nice to do something fun with it – it’s a very different sound for me. My favourite kind of music always has a soulful vibe so to have a dance track to come out first is really exciting. That being said, I have an acoustic version recorded where it’s literally just me and the piano. So when I perform it, I get the best of both worlds!
What were the inspirations behind this music?

Just having fun really! It’s a collaboration with Anton Powers – we met each other years ago at Party in the Park festival and we reconnected when I was in Ibiza with my best friends from school and he was out there djing. We said “let’s get in the studio” and it finally happened!

Last year you starred in Breakfast at Tiffany’s on the West End. How does acting on stage compare to singing?

It’s completely different. I love them both; singing is my number one passion, it’s what I will do forever – I couldn’t live without it, but acting is something that I really enjoy and I’m learning. That’s what’s so exciting about acting – you’re always learning with every new project and every new script you’re learning a new character. That’s why it really excites me, there’s so many different avenues. I would love to go into it more in the future whilst singing is something I’ve done my whole life.

Will you be acting again any time soon?
I think music will always take the front seat but if the right project with the right script comes up and they think I’m right for it and they want me to be a part of it as well then I will one hundred per cent do it. I love anything in the performing arts so anything that comes up which feels right, I will definitely do it. I want to keep learning.

What would be your dream role?
I think something similar [to Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s] but on TV or film. I learnt so much in the theatre and I would definitely do it again, it’s so much hard work – the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I would love to get experience in the TV and film world because I’ve only done a tiny bit.

What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?
My dad always said “fail to prepare, prepare to fail”, which I always go by. I think the most important thing is happiness, to enjoy yourself as much as possible because life’s too short, nobody knows what’s going to happen, so just to try to embrace every little moment and really appreciate your friends and family.

Your life is followed closely by the media. How do you deal with the public interest?
I think by just by acting a little bit oblivious to it, not really reading into it too much. I’m sort of used to it I guess. I don’t let it affect me. I still do exactly the same things that I did when I was at school before I released any music, I still have exactly the same friends. We still go to Nando’s and Pizza Express and still have just as much fun.

What is your FAULT?
I have lots of FAULTS! Time-keeping and forgetfulness, which really go hand in hand! I’m also quite unorganised. Those sort of traits will always stay with me. I’ve gotten a lot better than I was but I think it’s just in my bones unfortunately. My sister is the complete opposite – she’s so organised and always on time, everything she does is planned and thought out to the utmost, whereas I am nothing like that.

Source: FAULT Magazine

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Meet Pixie

Pixie Lott is no stranger to the entertainment business, having launched her pop career after first getting discovered by legendary music exec L.A. Reid when she was only 15. Since then, the 26-year-old blue-eyed soul singer has racked up a string of hits in the UK (“Boys and Girls,” “Mama Do”) while also penning tracks for artists like Selena Gomez. Recently, she branched out into theater, starring as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s in London’s West End.

You’re only 26, yet you’ve done so much — three studio albums with a fourth on the way, tens of millions of YouTube hits and numerous awards. Has the time flown, or does it feel like a long time since you first started out?

I love what I do so it’s fun and time goes quickly, but, you know, when my first single came out, it was all about Myspace. How crazy is that, right? I remember seeing people from China messaging me on Myspace saying they loved my music, and I couldn’t believe it.

What’s the most significant change in the pop landscape since you began?

I signed a record deal at 15, and I don’t think those kind of label deals are around anymore — the 360 deals where they took a piece of [all revenue, including songwriting royalties and merchandise] because record sales weren’t doing so well since downloading meant no one bought CDs. When streaming started, no one really knew what to do! It completely changed the whole pop market, but now labels get it more and people are earning more from streaming than when it started. The industry is getting to be a better place.

You’ve been many things before, from pop star to musical theater actress, but who is Pixie of 2017?

I want the music as my main thing. I’ve been lucky enough to have other experiences, and I love other sides of performing,because doing the same thing over and over can get boring. I really want this new music to be fresh and current, but the style I love has a soulful feel, whether it’s through the delivery or the writing.The first thing to come out will be a [guest] feature on a real club banger, then my single will be out after that.

You’re also a coach on the new The Voice Kids in the UK and you set up a performing school. Why is it important to have these other outlets in your life?

I love new talent, it excites me. I started out going to an Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts associate school, so I set one up too, and I see all these young people and they’re so talented and excited to be there. The opportunity for The Voice Kids came up and I was like, “I’d love to be a part of that.” The talent in the blind auditions… I’m listening and just gasping, like I can’t believe this voice is coming from a 10-year-old!

You and Oliver were portraying the quintessential ’80s Yuppie couple in these photos — except you were born in 1991. So what’s your first thought when someone says “1980s”?

I love The Wolf of Wall Street, the styling in that, but I’d have to say… Madonna [laughs]. Oh, and I watched Working Girl the other day and Melanie Griffith was fantastic.

There is always pressure and a not-always-welcome spotlight on celebrity relationships, so what makes yours work in the face of that?

When we’re away from each other, we’re speaking to each other as much as we can — WhatsApp is a godsend — but when I go on trips, I always ask him to come if he’s free.He’s my best friend, and the amazing thing is the memories we share. We’ve been together since I was 19, and now I’m 26. We know each other inside out.

Meet Olly

Oliver wears a shirt by Louis Vuitton, pants by Fendi, suspenders by Zara, shoes by Christian Louboutin, a watch by Nixon and a smartphone by Google Pixel

Since he was first scouted by Select Model Management at 15, Oliver Cheshire has become one of the latest avatars for the modern, sharply-dressed British man, following in the footsteps of fashionable blokes like David Beckham and David Bowie. Now 28 and one of the UK’s top male models, working for brands like Calvin Klein, Vivienne Westwood and Dolce & Gabbana, Cheshire’s recently entered the blogosphere, using his website I Wear The Trousers to espouse on everything from hemlines to the best young designers.

You’ve written about The Talented Mr. Ripley being your style wake-up call. Was it an immediate feeling that fashion was something you wanted to be involved in?

I was 13 or 14 years old seeing that and I just remember thinking Jude Law looked so cool and so dashing and I thought, this is kind of interesting, I might try and read up on some fashion and learn about it a little bit. I think there was always a passion in there somewhere. When I was little, I used to cut the sleeves off my shirts. I’d rip the Levi’s tag off the back of my jeans, make a hole in the front then sew it on these random things!

What was the desire for you to start your blog?

I was getting so many questions on my social media about my style and I was getting written about [in magazines] a lot, so I thought, why not put it into my own words and be a bit more creative about it?

Since you started modeling, what’s been the biggest shift with how men approach style?

When I started modeling, a lot of guys didn’t get it, especially ’round my area of London. They’d be like,”What’re you doing, that’s a bit weird,” but five years in they were asking me, “What creams do you use, Olly, what trousers you going to be wearing?” Now ten years later they’re talking about it so much more, from tanning to grooming regimens. Men are no longer afraid to say,”I really like your hair, what have you got in it?”

What’s the most common style mistake men tend to make?

Tailoring is probably the most common mistake. Get your suits tailored to the right length! And not reading the invite for the dress code, and it’s the simplest thing. If it says black tie, wear black tie! And guys are going over-groomed as well sometimes. Don’t do too much — you still have to look natural!

You and Pixie both have crazy work and travel schedules, but that doesn’t seem to be getting in the way of your relationship. What have you learned over the years about balancing your work and personal lives?

We’re both passionate and driven and want to be successful, and we make time for each other.You can say you’re really busy, but you can always make time. I’m lucky, I can fly around and meet her. There’s a lot of Hollywood relationships where they’re married within a year and divorced in two. We were in no rush — we’ve known each other for six years and I finally asked her to marry me!

You both love your jobs and you’re both always working, but, as a pop star, Pixie is the more recognizable one. How are you with that?

Oh, yeah, she is massively more visible than me! You can get, like, 20 guys asking for a picture and you just take it on the chin. It’s a bit strange. People do know me through fashion, but everyone knows her! I’m like, “Don’t be silly, they just want a picture!” [Laughs]

What do you think about for your future?

It’s a dream to design. That’s a real passion for me — it’s where my heart’s at and what I’d like to do.

Have there been other creative temptations?

I studied acting when I was younger. I still love it but it’s not right. I become very aware of myself as a model, and when you’re acting you have to become very unaware of yourself. But never say never…

Source: PAPER Magazine

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Some people may have been surprised when pop star Pixie Lott landed the starring role of Holly Golightly in the stage version of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, but the singer actually started her career in the theatre.Pixie, 25, joined stage school aged five and had appeared in a West End production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang by the time she was 16. And, she says, she always knew that she wanted to be a star.“There was never any other option in my head. As a kid I used to watch documentaries about Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera and I knew that was what I wanted. I’d work out all the steps it took to get them where they were.

“I was fascinated by them going to auditions, learning dance routines. Even when I was 10, I was thinking I needed to hurry up.

“My parents were thrown because I was this kid with a fixed idea. I never doubted I could do it.” Pixie’s Holly Golightly is based on the original Truman Capote novella and set in the 1940s rather than the 60s film version starring Audrey Hepburn. “I didn’t think about Audrey Hepburn,” says Pixie. “I didn’t watch the movie version. I didn’t want to intimidate myself.I just thought, ‘This is a dream role and I’m going to go for it and play Holly my way.’ “It was a bit like doing a cover version of a great song. You can’t replicate it; you have to just do it with self belief.” Pixie also has the support of model boyfriend Oliver Cheshire, who she met when she was just 19.“I know I was really young but I didn’t feel that young because I’d been working for so long and I just knew we were right for each other. I’ve got pretty good instincts. “People always ask me about getting married but we’re not at that point yet.

“We’re too young. We have crazy jobs, crazy schedules, and we don’t need to rush. “He is my family. He’s incredibly supportive of me. I’m aware of what that means and how lucky I am.We give each other freedom in what we do but we also like being together.” In between her busy music and acting career, Pixie has also found time to launch a collection of hair paints available at Superdrug, which are perfect for summer festivals and changing your look for parties.Here Pixie tells TV Life more about the new range and she reveals her top beauty and style secrets…

Tell me about your Pixie Lott Paints and how the collaboration with Superdrug came about?I am so excited to have my own hair dye range and it’s been great having products that my friends and I all love to use. I have a collection of wash in/wash out hair dyes, glitter sprays, hair chalks and pens – mostly in pastel colours.Why did you want to break into the beauty industry?From a young age I have always loved trying out different beauty products. I remember trying out my mum’s lipsticks when I was little, and then experimenting with different products on my naturally curly hair.

Music was and is my first love and number one passion, but extending my energies into beauty felt like a natural addition to that.

What is your favourite product in the collection and why?

My favourite one is the pink sorbet wash in hair dye – I just love the colour. I’m also a huge fan of the chalks and sprays as I can play around with them when I don’t have time to go for an all-over colour change.

Who do you see using the range and at what kind of occasion?I am really excited to see that people are using the range at festivals – it’s always fun to experiment more at festivals, and people take cool beauty and fashion risks.Who are your ultimate beauty icons and why?Edie Sedgwick and Brigitte Bardot – they are stunning and I love Brigitte’s smokey-eye look.

How do you stay in such good shape? Can you explain your typical weekly workout regime?

I don’t tend to work out or go to the gym but I always feel like I am racing around and on my feet.

When I did Strictly, it was such a great workout regime. I hope to get back into dancing when I have a little time off. I always make sure I drink enough water and generally eat healthily, however I don’t ever limit myself or cut out treats.

What kind of diet do you stick to?

I’ve never dieted, I just tend to eat healthily and enjoy everything in moderation. If you want a treat, you should treat yourself.

You’re currently starring in Breakfast At Tiffany’s. How do you feel about portraying one of fashion’s biggest icons?It’s such an honour to play Holly Golightly, and to take inspiration from Audrey Hepburn. Our play is based on Truman Capote’s book, not the film, so it’s set in the 1940s not the 60s.I love all the outfits I get to wear in the play and it’s been so incredible to take on the role of Holly.Do you identify with Audrey Hepburn and if so why?

She’s such an inspiration, always so elegant and beautiful. While the Holly I play is based on the book, it’s still such an honour to be mentioned in the same sentence as Audrey.

I really identify with the character of Holly Golightly, little things like we are both short-sighted, both live at Number 2 and have a brother we dote on. Has starring in Breakfast At Tiffany’s influenced your personal style? I’ve found myself becoming more and more influenced by 1940s fashion and beauty. It’s really opened up my eyes to that era.

What’s your favourite make-up look for daytime and evening?

My favourite daytime look is dewy skin with the help of a highlighter, a simple coat of mascara and a subtle lip gloss. For the evening I like to go for a smokey eye and a set of Eylure lashes.

Which one beauty product couldn’t you live without?

I couldn’t live without my Nubo Cell Dynamic Day SPF20 Moisturiser – I love this moisturiser, and it also helps to protect my skin in the sun.

What’s your best budget buy?

I love Max Factor’s mascara – it’s so good and last for hours. I would also recommend the Pixie Paint chalks – they’re a lot of fun.

What is your one favourite anti-ageing trick?

Drink lots of water – it’s the key to healthy, young-looking skin.

Source: Daily Star UK

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Pixie Lott Paint has announced the expansion of its metallic glitter spray line, Spray on Hair Colour. The range of hair products from singer/songwriter, actor and style icon Pixie Lott, is set to include three new and improved shades. The new colours contain the same high glitter levels as before but with bolder and stronger shades. New colours include Gold, a deep and warm shade; Pastel Pink, which is light; and Silver, which complements a metallic make-up look. The new Spray On Hair Colour launches mid-July and will be available in store and online at superdrug.com priced at £3.99.

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Source: Fashion Insight

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Pixie is on the cover of the latest issue of YOU Magazine! I’ve added 8 HQ photos of the shoot, behind the scenes and scans of the magazine to our gallery! Don’t forget to check them out below:

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A shop full of a pop-singer’s clothes, which showed up in Uxbridge for just one week, has raised thousands for a young person’s charity.

Singer Pixie Lott donated clothes and accessories from her tour for a pop-up shop at intu Uxbridge from Monday 15 – Sunday 21 February.

£2,500 was raised for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), a charity which has been working to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death since 1995.

Dr Steven Cox, CRY Chief Executive, said: “What a great week at intu Uxbridge!

“We are so grateful to the intu team who allowed us to ‘set up shop’ over the half term – and timing couldn’t have been better, leading up to a high profile BBC TV Lifeline Appeal, fronted by Pixie, that was broadcast last Sunday.

“Many of the visitors we met wanted to learn more about CRY’s work and Pixie’s involvement with the charity and it was a real pleasure for our staff and volunteers to chat to shoppers of all ages who showed so much interest in our ongoing mission to prevent young sudden cardiac death.

CRY supports young people diagnosed with potentially life-threatening cardiac conditions and offers bereavement support to families affected, as well as funding heart screening programmes and medical research

Mr Cox added: “Overall we raised the fantastic sum of around £2,500 – not to mention the value of raising awareness in such a busy and vibrant shopping mall.

“As one of intu Uxbridge’s nominated charities of the year, we look forward to working with the team again during 2016!”

The All About Tonight singer is a a patron of CRY and uses the role to help spread the word about the charity’s vital work.

Natasha House, Marketing Manager at intu Uxbridge, said: “It was fantastic that CRY were able to open a pop-up charity shop here at intu Uxbridge, with thanks to their patron Pixie Lott.

“The store was hugely popular with our shoppers, and spread awareness for the charity and their fantastic work.”

At least 12 young, apparently fit and healthy people (aged 35 and under) in the UK losing their lives due to undiagnosed heart conditions every week.

As well as working with Cardiac Risk in the Young, intu Uxbridge will be supporting Rainbow Trust and Hillingdon Carers to raise awareness and funds for the causes. For more information on charity partnerships at intu Uxbridge, check out their website .

Source: Get West London

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PIXIE Lott isn’t nothing if not an all-rounder. Pop princess, style icon, Strictly star and now – her latest incarnation – West End leading lady.

She’s put her music career on temporary hold as she takes on the role of Holly Golightly in the theatre production of Breakfast At Tiffany’s from next month. Just like the character Audrey Hepburn made famous, Pixie rarely puts a fashion foot wrong, which is why we couldn’t think of a better cover star for our Style Issue.

She talks running out of wardrobe space, meeting her model boyfriend on the FROW and why she refuses to turn her back on the music charts.

 If Pixie’s inspired you to go shopping, our fashion team has scoured the rails to find the 78 hottest spring buys on the high street. We can guarantee you’ll want them all!

Plus, meet the woman who makes clothes out of road kill and sells them for thousands, and the disabled models who are smashing fashion’s final frontier on the catwalk.

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, you can kick-start your new season wardrobe with 30% off at La Redoute.

Don’t miss Fabulous, free with The Sun on Sunday. For more, go to Fabulousmag.co.uk and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Source: Fabulous Magazine

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