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Wednesday September 22, 2010 9:53 am
Sarah Jessica Parker Turns Out for Burberry
Fashion week regular Sarah Jessica Parker was among the celebrities in attendance at the Burberry Prorsum fashion show in London yesterday.
The Sex and the City actress donned a military style jacket and a brown skirt for proceedings at the Chelsea College of Art and Design, with TV presenters Cat Deeley and Alexa Chung wearing similar ensembles.
The collection, designed by Burberry stalwart Christopher Bailey, was a sexy combination of animal prints and leather, with studded biker jackets making an appearance on many of the models. Bright, acid yellows and blues also dotted the catwalk - sometimes in the form of belts and bags and others in dresses - adding to the usual khakis and black so associated with Burberry.
Camel coats also made an appearance, highlighting their continued popularity into Spring/Summer 2011. However, attention was drawn away from one purple outfit and studded biker jacket when the model wearing the outfit wobbled and slipped, crashing to the ground in scenes reminiscent of Naomi Campbell’s infamous fall in Vivienne Westwood platforms.
Other stars to attend the show included tennis stars Andy Murray and Serena Williams as well as socialite Pixie Geldof.
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