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Little Mix: We've finally found our fashion

Published 21/06/2015

Little Mix
Little Mix

Jade Thirlwall doesn't think there'll ever be a designer like Lee Alexander McQueen.

The British group found fame on the UK version of the talent show in 2011 and have gone on to enjoy world success.

The band, made up of Jesy, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, always rock the latest trends, but admit they only found their fashion feet once they left the show.

"To be honest, on The X Factor we didn’t really have a choice. We got thrown in it whether we liked it or not. We’ve found what suits us now though and fashion evolves so we’ve changed with it," Jesy told Hunger magazine.

Now they're A-list, the four girls have expensive tastes. While they still opt for high street choices too, their wardrobes are now bursting with designer goods.

“I’m a bit obsessed with Prada handbags and Jimmy Choo’s. I wore an Isabel Marant skirt in Black Magic [music video] that I loved,” Perrie divulged.

Jade is a big fan of Vivienne Westwood suits and Givenchy Bambi pumps, which she lives in.

Each singer has her own favourite labels, but all are agreed that London is the fashion capital of the world.

Citing designer labels such as KTZ, Christopher Kane and Alexander McQueen as the cities' best offerings, Jade thinks it's impossible to rival their flair for fashion.

"You’d never find creativity or designs like Alexander McQueen’s anywhere else in the world. I went to the [McQueen] Savage Beauty exhibition recently, it was insane! There’s nobody like him and I don’t think there will be again," she stated.

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