Elizabeth Hurley has sorted out her wardrobe to accompany a busy October of events.
The model-turned swimwear designer is a well known charity campaigner and has been smartening up for her upcoming appearances this week. Elizabeth tweeted about her dress dilemmas as she gets ready to represent organisations she works with.
She had even roped in her partner cricketer Shane Warne to assist with her wardrobe dilemmas for a fundraiser tonight held as part of Cheltenham Fashion Week.
"Choosing dress for the @hsjfoundation event tonight. Thank you to the gorgeous@warne888 for coming with me (sic)" Elizabeth tweeted earlier today.
Elizabeth also has obligations with Estée Lauder. Elizabeth - who is the face of the beauty giant - will front a campaign for the line to start in October which she revealed she needs a staggering 15 dresses for.
"In fittings for 15 pink dresses for the Estee Lauder Breast Cancer Awareness fundraising tour (sic)," Elizabeth revealed on Twitter.
Elizabeth is the cover model on the October issue of British magazine Fairlady where she bares her shoulders in a pink tank top for the shoot. In the accompanying interview the 47-year-old beauty explains more about her charity work with the cosmetics brand.
"Every October I go around the world raising funds and awareness for the campaign," Elizabeth said to Fairlady. "We've raised more than $35 million to fund 140 Breast Cancer Foundation research grants across the globe."
Recently Elizabeth has turned her hand to design and launched a range of swimwear for women. She continued to explain her reasons for wanting to explore career opportunities in this avenue.
"I decided to venture into Beachwear not only because I've always been obsessed with holiday clothes, but because it's an area where women, regardless of shape or size, can either look amazing or really get it wrong," Elizabeth revealed. "I wanted to come up with some styles that make people look great and develop a resort collection that would make a woman feel fabulously sexy at any age."
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