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Liz Hurley supports Amanda Wakeley

Published 31/01/2014

Elizabeth Hurley and Amanda Wakeley
Elizabeth Hurley and Amanda Wakeley

Elizabeth Hurley looked glamorous at the opening of Amanda Wakeley's London flagship store yesterday.

The model-and-actress arrived at the venue in Mayfair wearing a violet silk LouLou top with dark denim jeggings. Over the colourful piece she wore a navy Amanda Wakeley Katrina Sheared Fur Coat, which gave the outfit a glamorous feel.

Elizabeth's long brown locks were worn down and were given a lighter touch with blonde highlights running through. While her lips were kept natural, the 48-year-old beauty defined her eyes with a slick of black eyeliner, making them stand out against her flawless skin.

To accessorise, Elizabeth wore large hoop earrings and held a small Amanda Wakeley Bodie clutch bag.

She greeted Amanda with a big hug inside the store. The designer's label is one of luxury and describes itself as 'London-centric' with a 'clean glam look'.

Amanda gave regular updates of how the night was going on her Twitter page. When Elizabeth arrived the fashion star shared a lowdown of her outfit.

"Elizabeth Hurley arrives to #18albemarle, wearing the Katrina Coat, Lou Lou Top and Bodie Clutch.(sic)" Amanda wrote.

It appears the party continued into the early hours of this morning. At around 3am Amanda hinted at an eventful evening.

"You should have seen the after party... This is all you're getting...#18albemarle (sic)" she posted.

Elizabeth shared her approval of her pal's new venture on her account once home from the do.

"Just popped into my friend Amanda Wakeley's new store in Albermarle Street. It's gorgeous (sic)," she wrote.

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