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Fergie saves spicy shoes for special occasions

Published 21/09/2015


Fergie will never get rid of the Chanel dress she was gifted by Karl Lagerfeld.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Fergie keeps her highest heels in the "naughty closet".

The Black Eyed Peas singer is known for her sexy dress sense and loves to show off her amazing legs during red carpet appearances. A big part of that is having shoes that elongate her pins, with the star revealing her highest pair is tucked away for safe-keeping.

"I have these heels - I think they're probably nine inches with a huge platform - in the naughty closet," she grinned to People magazine. When quizzed on what else is stored there, the star added: "It kind of speaks for itself!"

The stylish star also spoke about her favourite gown, revealing a number she was gifted by a very special friend.

"I love the dress that I got to wear to the Chanel Haute Couture show in Paris [in 2007]. Karl [Lagerfeld] gave it to me; I will never get rid of it. It's so beautiful," she gushed.

While Fergie's cool style is an inspiration to many, she also has her own fashion icons. Among them is Hollywood star Sophia Loren, whom the lucky musician even managed to grill on her make-up routine.

"Sophia Loren. She does the ultimate cat eye. I got to work with her on the film Nine, and I had her close her eyes for me just so I could look at her eyeliner," she recalled.

But it's not all about the glamour of high fashion and cosmetics - the star also sticks to some basic beauty rules. She shared her top tips with fans wanting to emulate her skincare regime.

"Moisturise! It's key. I grease up with Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream. It's a cult classic," she revealed.

"Use sunscreen. I didn't put on SPF; I wanted nothing to do with it. I just poured on oil and tanned. Now I'm so thankful for spray tans. They're a great invention!"

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