Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Cotton glows in yellow for launch

Fearne Cotton launched her new fashion collection for Very.co.uk in London

Fearne Cotton was mellow in yellow as she launched her latest range for Very.

The TV and radio presenter wore a canary yellow dress with a jewelled encrusted waistband, which she teamed with pink strappy heels, from her own collection as she posed for photographers at The Groucho Club in London.

"Getting read(y) for our @verynetwork event tonight to showcase my Aut/wint collection #veryFearne," she wrote before she unveiled her new range for the online retailer.

The 32-year-old, who has been designing for Very since 2009, later added: "My Very event went well and my mate @GregJRutherford got GOLD at the Commonwealth Games! A good day!"

Fearne, who married Jesse Wood - the son of Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie - earlier this month, said she has learnt to embrace and develop her sense of style.

"I would say I have got one now! I didn't used to have one when I am younger. As any young girl you learn what works for you," she told the Daily Mirror.

"Hitting 30... you feel you know yourself better and you give less of a s*** what people think of you and you go your own way and do what you want to do. It is a really liberating moment."

She added: "My style now is what I feel comfortable in. I have fun with it, I like experimenting. I don't care what people think about what I am wearing, I wear it for me and to have fun."

Fearne's 14th collection for Very, which includes clashing prints, bold colours and quirky embellishments, is available now from www.very.co.uk.

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