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Wednesday 1 June 2016

Liberty Ross' clothes fixation

Published 02/02/2014

Liberty Ross
Liberty Ross

Liberty Ross can't stop thinking about new pieces of clothing until she owns them.

The model-and- actress is one of the most stylish women in the industry and always looks amazing on the red carpet.

She'll often sit front row at shows to get inspiration for her next look and finds herself becoming fixated on must-have items.

"If I see an amazing piece at a fashion show I won't stop thinking about it until I have it," she laughed to the latest edition of British InStyle magazine.

"For Spring/Summer 14 I've got my eye on the Balmain overalls that Joan Smalls modelled and a hot bondage Versace dress."

As one of Hollywood's hottest names, Liberty is always rubbing shoulders with fashion stars.

Living around stylish people means the 35-year-old always has her finger on the pulse when it comes to trends.

"The designer Jeremy Scott is my neighbour in Hollywood - he's a wonderful friend and makes such fun clothes," she gushed.

"I'm very excited to see what his first collection for Moschino will look like this month."

Liberty revealed that she likes to cover up in cashmere sweaters when Los Angeles gets cold.

She's a super stylish mom and takes her kids to school wearing Balenciaga trainers teamed with a Givenchy shopper.

She also spoke about her favourite party, which was her 35th birthday.

For the special occasion she donned a full length zebra-print Tom Ford dress, which she describes as a "show-stopper".

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