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Julianne Hough talks shoe line

Published 03/03/2013

Julianne Hough
Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough has revealed her dream client for her shoe collection would be Victoria Beckham.

The American actress has recently launched a shoe collection for Sole Society.

The 24-year-old has big aspirations for the collection and has revealed which A-list ladies she would love to see strutting around in her styles.

"Victoria Beckham, Sienna Miller or Kate Moss," Julianne told British magazine Look about her ideal footwear clients. "Lily Collins would really look cute in them, too."

The Safe Haven actress has now got designers lining up to dress her for high-profile red carpet events.

Style is something she has always viewed as an important element of her character.

The star said designing shoes stems from her passion for creating things, which began at a young age.

"I used to design my own dresses for dancing, so I've always wanted to create. Being able to put on something that you see on a runway and make it a little bit more your own is so much fun," she gushed. "I love that".

Julianne discussed her friendship with sharp tongued TV presenter Kelly Osbourne. Kelly is the host of the E! channel's Fashion Police programme which slates badly dressed stars. Julianne denied that being pals with Kelly is a safe ticket to not being criticised on the show.

"Absolutely not! I've been criticised a few times, but that's what's fun," she exclaimed. "Every time I see Kelly we have a laugh. She's so sweet."

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