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Saturday 30 August 2014

Morgan Saylor loves learning fashion

Morgan Saylor

Morgan Saylor enjoys learning about the latest trends.

The actress graces the June Miss Vogue magazine, wearing a selection of street style leathers and denim numbers.

The star is best known for playing Homeland's moody daughter Dana Brody, but in reality she would rather not wear her character's casual teenage attire.

"[I'm] totally psyched about [going to my first Fashion Week]," she revealed to the magazine. "I don't really know that much about fashion, but I'm really getting into it."

Although she might look like an average 14 or 15-year-old in the hugely popular TV series, Morgan is actually 18-years-old. She made a flawless appearance at the Golden Globes this year wearing a gold, beaded Naeem Khan dress, which she says was her first taste of the red carpet buzz. Despite her love of clothes, Morgan still needs help with the outfits she picks out.

"It's crazy how young I look," she laughed. "I have to go to fittings with the designers of the shows I'm going to, and then I have my Vogue shoot, so my friend Anasha picked out my outfits for me before I left home. She put them all on and took pictures of herself to show me how to wear them."

The fast-rising actress received recognition for her performance in Homeland at the Golden Globes, with the TV drama nominated in the ensemble cast category. Despite this, there is nothing of a showbiz brat about Morgan, who described how her laidback and low-key style matches her personality.

"Look at my boots, they are from Lacoste," Morgan explained. "They were super smart but I've destroyed them in the snow."

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