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Designers ‘begging Caitlyn to wear their clothes’

Published 30/06/2015

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner is supposedly being bombarded by fashion labels who are desperate for her to wear their designs at the 2015 ESPY Awards on July 15.

The 65-year-old Olympic Gold medallist, formerly known as Bruce, came out as a woman earlier this month and she is one of the most sought after transgender people on the planet right now.

Her daughters Kylie and Kendall Jenner are both fashion icons in their own right and it appears Caitlyn will soon adopt a similar style title.

“Caitlyn has not decided on which designer to pick but every designer imaginable wants to dress her,” a source told Radar Online of her struggle to choose what to wear to the 2015 ESPY Awards on July 15. “The biggest designers in the world are literally begging to be the one she chooses.”

Apparently Caitlyn is eager to look as feminine as possible on the red carpet.

It’s claimed she wants to show off a dramatic pout at the ESPYs.

“She wants to wear red because she feels that red compliments her skin tone amazingly, and it’s also her favourite colour of lipstick,” the insider detailed. “The colour is also very feminine and goes great on any carpet.”

Rumours are rife Caitlyn’s fashion selection for the event is a family affair.

However, her estranged wife Kris Jenner does not have a say in what she wears.

“She does not want to go with any designers that her ex-wife Kris has a close relationship with,” the source said. “[But] her girls are going to make sure she looks beyond spectacular and they are all going to make a conscious effort not to outdo her and let her shine at the ESPYs.”

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