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Kelly Osbourne: I'm a sucker for stilettos

Published 30/09/2015

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne has shared the most-loved items which are hanging in her closet.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Kelly Osbourne loves her stilettos so much, she even wears them when in her pyjamas.

The 30-year-old star has become something of a style icon over the years thanks to her time on TV shows Fashion Police and Project Catwalk. Her own personal taste can be just as lavish as it is on the small screen, with Kelly sharing her must-have item this season.

"The Saint Laurent lipstick-print stilettos," she gushed to US OK! magazine. "They are so good... I'll wear them with anything and everything, even my pyjamas.

"Literally everything from Istanbul-based designer John Paul Ataker's spring 2016 collection will be in my closet."

She loves John's creations so much that she cites wearing his gowns to this year's (15) Life Ball in Vienna as one of her best fashion moments.

However, one of the most treasured pieces in her wardrobe is from a world famous designer.

"A dress that Lee (Alexander McQueen) gave me from his last collection to wear to Kate Moss' wedding," Kelly shared, referring to the late star who committed suicide in 2010. "It's so beautiful, I'm having it framed."

The lavender-haired beauty exited Fashion Police at the beginning of 2015 after being a part of it since its 2010 beginnings. The popular programme was also the home of Joan Rivers, whose sudden passing last year (14) left her co-stars in shock.

Kelly was able to broadcast her eccentric taste in clothing and beauty during her time on the panel and if anything, it only encouraged her to embrace her appearance even more.

"I've always been very independent in my sense of style, it's just that not everyone gets it," she previously told Remix magazine. "I'm going on six years of this colour hair and it's only now that I'm getting credit."

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