Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

A new and unexpected fashion crush: Nicola Roberts

I know we’re all supposed to be obsessed with Cheryl Cole (I, for one, would love to see her wearing something by Ana Locking this year on X Factor, but that’s more a personal desire than anything else), but Nicola …

Tue, Sep 21, 2010, 10:50

   

I know we’re all supposed to be obsessed with Cheryl Cole (I, for one, would love to see her wearing something by Ana Locking this year on X Factor, but that’s more a personal desire than anything else), but Nicola Roberts has been leaving Chezza for dust when it comes to the style stakes at London Fashion Week.

Nicola at Vivienne Westwood (site uses Flash), my love for whom I have already extolled on this here bandwith.

Nicole in Topshop Unique A/W 2010, for the Unique and House of Holland shows.

And another Topshop Unique look – this time a maxi, which is one trend that is most certainly not going away with the changing of the seasons. My current problem is this: what shoes does one wear with a maxi, when sandals are most certainly not appropriate? Answers on a postcard…

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