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Kendrick and Styles party at LFW

Anna Kendrick, Harry Styles and Ellie Goulding were among the stars spotted on the front rows at London Fashion Week.

One Direction heartthrob Harry - who is rumoured to be dating model Cara Delevingne - watched Henry Holland's show where he confessed: "I think Fashion Week is fun, everybody just goes a bit crazy for a little bit and it's fun."

Kelly Osbourne revealed Henry lent her one of his dresses to wear to the show at the last minute. She said: "I turned up in my jeans and Henry was like, 'You cannot wear that!'."

Oscar-nominated Anna Kendrick attended Julien MacDonald and Vivienne Westwood's shows. She said of Westwood: "Sometimes I think people forget that fashion is supposed to be fun and what she does is so beautiful and playful, elaborate and dramatic and somehow it works for so many women's bodies, it's really incredible."

Lily Cole opened Westwood's show with a dance, and joined the designer in urging people to help the environment by buying good quality items that can be worn again and again, rather than buying cheap, throw-away fashion from the high street.

Westwood said: "What I say about fashion is first and foremost the most important thing, which is buy less, choose well, make it last, quality not quantity.

"Everybody buys far too many clothes, I hate having too many clothes. I think poor people should be even more careful, because you're poor doesn't mean you have to buy anything cheap. Instead of buying six things, buy one that you really like. Don't keep buying just for the sake of it."

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