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Thursday 23 October 2014

Styles: I like women to wrap up

Harry Styles had fun at London Fashion Week

One Direction's Harry Styles has teased that he likes women to cover up - in designer coats.

The cheeky boyband heartthrob had a front row seat for the Burberry Spring/Summer 2013 catwalk show at London Fashion Week, to watch his rumoured latest squeeze, model Cara Delevingne, strut her stuff.

Asked what he likes about British women's style Harry said: "I like coats and it's cold so they always have to wear coats, so it's great."

Harry, 18, was snapped congratulating Cara, 20, and exchanging kisses and a joke. During the show Cara strutted her stuff wearing nothing but a leather coat and bikini bottoms.

Harry said afterwards of Burberry: "I thought the show was great. I liked the colours - they're not too much, they're quite subtle. I think their winter stuff's wicked."

The 1D singer and Cara were linked after they were snapped in his car together following a night out clubbing. Harry said he was giving her a lift home.

But the mop-haired lothario has been linked to another model, Pixie Geldof, 22, after they were pictured leaving a club together and heading to Harry's car earlier this week.

They had been out partying following Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw's final late-night show before he takes over Chris Moyles' breakfast slot next week.

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