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Delevingne wrapped-up in Burberry


Cara Delevingne leads out models onto the catwalk during the Burberry show

Cara Delevingne leads out models onto the catwalk during the Burberry show

Cara Delevingne leads out models onto the catwalk during the Burberry show

Bradley Cooper and Harry Styles were among the stars in the front row for the Burberry show at London Fashion Week.

Model of the moment Cara Delevingne paraded the catwalk with a rug slung over her shoulder with her initials CJD printed on it.

Hollywood star Bradley was there to support girlfriend Suki Waterhouse who was among the models strutting the catwalk along with Cara. The show was backed with live music from artists including Paloma Faith

Other celebrity guests watching Chistopher Bailey's Autumn/Winter 2014 collection - which featured sheer lace mixed with heavy woollen blankets patterned with tribal prints and country florals - included Twilight star Jamie Campbell Bower and Bond girl Naomie Harris.

Model and actor Jamie - wearing a Burberry camel coat and sweater with London skyline on it - said he felt he owed a lot to the designer for taking a risk on his grungy look in their campaign.

The 25-year-old said: "I owe a lot to Christopher, and I owe a lot to the brand. They made a bold call even putting me in the campaign, letting me keep my nose ring in and using my tattoos, and I think that's dope. I do owe them, I do."

Speaking about Bailey's transformation of the classic British brand into a modern must-have, Jamie said: "I think what Christopher's always done, he's always made a progression every season. When he started at Burberry the checks, which he's still got now, they were synonymous with Burberry but it was a different image.

"And he's managed to keep those things we know as Burberry but also get sexy and fruity with it."

Skyfall's Naomie Harris was also there to support Bailey.

She said: "I love Christopher, I love his designs. And he's not just a great designer but also a lovely human being as well and he supported our film Mandela: Long Walk to Freeodm as well so we have a great relationship with him and the brand, so that's why I wanted to be here."

The actress - who attended the Bafta awards - admitted getting dressed up for red carpet events and fashion week parties could be daunting, so she relied on building a relationship with designers.

She said: "I just love all the glamour, it's so beautiful.

"But it is really overwhelming, and that's why you need relationships with great brands like this because then they kit you out and send you lots of gorgeous dresses."