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Nikki Reed talks style

Published 09/08/2014

Nikki Reed
Nikki Reed

Several female celebs have spoken out about what trends they're currently obsessed with.

The 26-year-old actress is a massive fan of the fashion designer and often sports her pieces, such as a blush-pink Rebecca Minkoff bustier dress with black and white accents at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year. When she isn't busy with work, Nikki enjoys browsing online and seeing what's on offer.

"I love going to the site, not only to shop the clothes and accessories but also for the blog!" Nikki told People StyleWatch. "Rebecca gives great ideas on where to travel, plus she posts about music, current events, food - you get a bit of everything."

Nikki was talking as part of the publication's style council, a range of celebrities who share what they think is the hottest trend right now.

Fellow actress Ashley Madekwe is also caught up in the technology craze at the moment and is a big user of the app Afterlight.

"I use this app to edit the pics I take on my phone," she explained. "It makes them square for Instagram and has tons of cool filters - you can even put your pictures into fun shapes like a heart of a star."

Former reality star Kristin Cavallari also joined in the commentary, citing a particular fashion range as her turn to trend at the moment.

"[Stone Cold Fox] clothing line was started by two girls from Laguna Beach, and the quality of their stuff is great," she smiled. "The clothing has a very boho-chic vibe, so you really only need a couple of great pieces. Their rompers are to die for - I have two!"

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