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Caitlyn Jenner 'to be style queen'

Published 27/07/2015

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner

David Costello has high hopes for the stylish Caitlyn Jenner.

The 65-year-old star, formally known as Bruce, has been dazzling at events and teasing fans with clips of her new reality show I Am Cait, which follows her life after her gender transition.

In one scene Caitlyn is seen wearing a gorgeous peach gown by fashion designer David, who has high hopes for the star.

"I think she's setting some trends, and everybody's going to fall in love with her," he told US Hello! magazine.

David spoke to reporters at the launch of his and Style PR's capsule collection in Los Angeles last week and was happy to chat about Caitlyn's stylish looks in detail. He believes the dress of his she wears perfectly captures her new sense of freedom and is pleased to see her looking so beautiful and happy.

David also shared his experiences of working with the Kardashians, Caitlyn's step-children. The fashion expert has been teaming with the famous clan for years, especially Kim. The 34-year-old beauty, who is currently expecting her second child with husband Kanye West, is very specific when it comes to what she wears.

“I haven't done anything for her yet with maternity clothing, but I've done a lot of stuff for her before," he added of Kim. "Whenever she works with us, she likes either really super-fitted or really flowy. The same with Khloé. I've been really close with Khloé for a while now, and she wears our stuff all the time. It's fun working with her.”

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