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Thursday 28 August 2014

Saoirse Ronan loves Kruger's style

Saoirse Ronan

Saoirse Ronan has praised Diane Kruger for her "fantastic" sense of style.

The 18-year-old actress gushed about her co-star's dress sense on the set of their film The Host.

Saoirse says Diane impressed her with the variety of ensembles she sported and the younger star called her the ultimate style icon.

"Yeah, she used to wear amazing clothes on set. Diane's great because she kind of hops between Paris, New York and LA soaking up the style," she gushed to British magazine Company. "It's fantastic."

The Irish star named the high street stores she visits for fashion inspiration. Saoirse is generally a creature of habit with her outfits and often puts on her tried and tested favourites.

"I appreciate fashion and I really like clothes. I love a bit of Topshop like everyone, and I really love Urban Outfitters. I'd go in there and buy everything if I could," she continued.

"[My favourite item of clothing is] an Irish Aran jumper. I got one in a sort of powder blue last year. They can be a bit itchy but this one isn't and I love it so much. Then I have some grey stonewashed jeans that I wear an awful lot - with the jumper and my black Dr. Martens."

The fast-rising star has appeared in films such as Atonement and Hanna. She's set to continue her movies successes with future roles in The Grand Budapest Hotel. When she's not working, the pretty redhead likes to relax, which for her means avoiding stores.

"I wish I could say shopping, but after a few hours I get really stressed out," she laughed. "I like reading, watching films and going to concerts. I like popping over to London and spending time in east London - the vibe over there is very cool."

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