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Kate Bosworth adds quirk to Burberry front row at London Fashion Week

Kate Bosworth looked cute and quirky at Burberry's London Fashion Week show yesterday.

The actress joined the stylish A-List crowd in the front row of the iconic British label's Fall/Winter 12 runway display. Sat next to photographer extraordinaire Mario Testino, the star looked cute in an owl-embroidered grey jumper, high-waisted tweed skirt and heeled ankle boots. She teamed the outfit with a pretty black velvet bow belt and a simple black clutch bag.

Burberry face - and body - Rosie Huntington-Whiteley also looked stunning as she worked casual chic at the coveted runway show. The model had put together a relaxed but glamorous outfit of maroon velvet trousers, a peachy cable-knit and grey tweed jacket for the star-studded show.

The stylish star accessorised her ensemble with a waist-cinching brown bow belt, bright tan bag and black platform shoes.

Rosie shared the front-row with fellow Burberry face Eddie Redmayne and French actress Clémence Poésy.

The blonde beauty worked an androgynous look of a burgundy polka-dot blouse, grey tweed cropped trousers and pointy black heels. The Birdsong star pulled the look together with one of Burberry's iconic trench coats.

Musician experienced a bit of a Fashion Week wardrobe mishap when he turned up at the popular Burberry show wearing the same trenchcoat as female athlete Denise Lewis.

Fashion lover Kanye West graced the front row at Mark Fast's Fall/Winter 12 show. The rapper kept his look casual in a brave double-denim ensemble but showed off his style-credentials with an ice cream-coloured mint jumper and lashings of chunky gold necklaces.

Across town, British pin-up Kelly Brook stole the show in a daring black number at the Giles Deacon show.

The brunette model struggled to contain her curves in the low-cut design but the full fifties skirt and demure hair and make-up preserved her modesty.

The 32-year-old brightened up the look with a pair of red satin peep toe heels and a lick of red nail varnish.


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