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London Fashion Week: Stars party at Moschino Cheap and Chic

10:48 16 September 2012

Daisy Lowe, Thom Evans and Kelly Brook. Picture: Michael Bowles/Rex Features

Daisy Lowe, Thom Evans and Kelly Brook. Picture: Michael Bowles/Rex Features

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Stars including Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud, Kelly Brook, Pixie Lott and Daisy Lowe took in the Moschino Cheap and Chic show and afterparty at London Fashion Week (LFW).

Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud. Picture: Michael Bowles/Rex FeaturesNicola Roberts from Girls Aloud. Picture: Michael Bowles/Rex Features

Bright colours, flower motifs and tie-dye was seen on the designs worn by models at the show, held in an abandoned warehouse.

Nicola Roberts, whose bandmate Kimberley Walsh made her Strictly Come Dancing debut last night, said: “I loved the show and I will definitely be wearing many of the looks.

“Now I am presenting my own fashion show it’s great to come and absorb the atmosphere and get inspiration”

Daisy Lowe, who sat between Alexa Chung and Kelly Brook on the front row of the show, commented on how much she loved Brooks’ dress.

Daisy Lowe and Alexa Chung. Picture: Michael Bowles/Rex FeaturesDaisy Lowe and Alexa Chung. Picture: Michael Bowles/Rex Features

Oliver Cheshire accompanied Pixie Lott, who noted down each of her favourite designs in a notepad as the models walked past.

She said: “I’m a huge fan of Moschino so I’m so pleased to be here and loved all of the looks.”

Following the show stars stayed for the after-party, enjoying cocktails by Ketel One Vodka.

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