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Sofia Richie celebrates fashion campaign in London

Published 14/10/2016

Chloe Green and Sofia Richie
Chloe Green and Sofia Richie

Sofia Richie stunned in a rose gold silk ensemble while promoting her campaign for PrettyLittleThing.com on Thursday evening (13Oct16).

Sofia Richie was supported by Chloe Green and Lottie Moss when celebrating her new fashion campaign in London on Thursday night (13Oct16).

The 18-year-old daughter of soul singer Lionel Richie has been unveiled as the face for an upcoming campaign with fashion brand PrettyLittleThing.com.

The collection, called PrettyLittleThing Starring Sofia Richie, will launch on Halloween (31Oct16) and on Thursday evening the star attended a launch party in the British capital, wearing a rose gold silk top and matching skirt. Giving the look an edgy touch, the teenager added sexy thigh-high lace-up heels.

She was joined by Topshop heiress Chloe, who channelled her inner Catwoman in black leggings and a black long-sleeved top with sheer panels. Kate Moss’ younger sister Lottie was also present, opting for a black mini dress and matching pumps. Posting photos of the trio on Instagram, Sofia thanked the girls for their attendance.

“Love my girls! Thank you for the unconditional love and support@lottiemossxo @chloegreen5,” she gushed.

Sofia smoulders in her photos for PrettyLittleThing.com, wearing pieces such as a figure-hugging gold dress and black leggings with see-through panels down the side of the legs. And by the looks of her and Chloe’s outfits at the party, they may well have been wearing garments from the new line.

Blonde beauty Sofia’s fashion resume is going from strength to strength since she landed her first major modelling job for swimwear label Mary Grace Swim in 2013. She has also been the face of Madonna’s clothing line Material Girl, walked for Kanye West’s Yeezy show during New York Fashion Week in September (16) and posed for the likes of Billboard and Town & Country magazines.

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