Beyonce Knowles praised LFW models
Beyoncé Knowles was "complimentary" to all of her Fashion Week models.
The songstress is a renowned lover of style, and created her line House of Deréon with her mother Tina Knowles in 2005.
The collection has two upcoming international campaigns and is going from strength to strength, with Beyoncé and Tina showing the new line at London Fashion Week recently.
The models involved in her Saturday presentation were thrilled to work with the kind superstar.
"The show was all about power and attitude and having fun which made me really excited as many shows only want models to display the clothes," Leomie Anderson told vogue.co.uk. "When Beyoncé came in, she complimented all of us."
Leomie took time to speak to the American singer. The star says Beyoncé looked her usual stunning self, having recently announced her pregnancy.
"I told her how beautiful her collection was and how I really loved the feather accessory from my first look. Then I bent forward and tickled the feather on her face," she laughed.
"She was lovely and was glowing, an image of pregnant perfection."
Another young model, Malaika Firth, was beyond excited to walk in Beyoncés runway show for her Spring/Summer 12 collection. The star says the stunning singer went out of her way to come backstage to personally greet all of her models.
"Walking for Beyoncé's House of Deréon was possibly the best experience of my life yet alone my career," she gushed. "I never knew that I'd get the chance to work with her, she has always been one of my favourite singers and I was so excited when she came backstage to talk to all of us!"
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