Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 10 October 2015

Blake sits FROW at Gucci

Published 19/09/2013

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively looked chic in nectarine as she enjoyed her first Italian fashion show yesterday.

The Gossip Girl actress was also in Milan, Italy, for the first time to enjoy the city's Fashion Week.

Dressed in a 2014 Gucci Cruise nectarine, leather halter dress, the 26-year old wowed the crowd on Wednesday, ensuring all eyes were on her.

"It's a good way to be here. This is my main plan, to be here at the show, but then I am working with Gucci all day tomorrow," she told WWD.

Blake is the face of Gucci's Première fragrance, so will be spending her time with the design house while in Italy.

But work isn't the only thing on her mind; she's also keen to try some of Italy's best delicacies.

"I will try to run away and get some amazing pasta and gelato. That's a must," she enthused.

Fashion is something the actress is keen to carry on with in her career.

As well as her affiliation with Gucci, Blake has starred in campaigns for Chanel.

She's also keen to cross her movie career with her blossoming fashion work.

"There are a couple of movies I am about to start after the New Year, which I am very excited about.

"One of them is centred around fashion since the early 1900s. It will be an amazing encyclopaedia of women's fashion," she said.

Blake married fellow actor Ryan Reynolds in 2012, and accessorised her Gucci dress with her Lorraine Schwartz diamond ring.

She also wore a stack of yellow-gold and rose-gold bamboo bracelets on her wrist.

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