Nicole Scherzinger On Why She LOVES AllSaints & British Style

Nicole Scherzinger has been sharing her shopping, style and X Factor secrets, as she took LOOK to her favourite fashion hangout in London, AllSaints!

Spending the day rummaging through the AllSaints rails, Nicole picked out her winter must-haves, and told us all about her big plans for Louis Walsh’s wardrobe. Sort of.

Looking fierce in a grey biker coat and leather skirt combo, she tempted us with sequin and lace dresses, the softest cotton tops, skinny jeans and dream leather boots. So it’s safe to say our Christmas wish list took a bit of a hit.

‘There is definitely a bigger choice of affordable fashion [in London], the high street is great and it is limited to what you find at great price points in LA,’ she told us exclusively.

Adding: ‘It is much more eclectic and mixed to what you will see in Los Angeles, it is more visually interesting, but the weather definitely helps this as you need multiple layers.’

‘There is great street fashion and you see more individuality, more youth cultures that inspire the young kids fashion.’

Nicole left the store with a seriously cool AllSaints haul, and like a girl after our own heart she even left wearing some of her favourite pieces (well, it does mean she had less to carry…). Nicole rocked the £358 Assembly jacket, the awesome grey studded £68 Roven beanie, the gloves we’re all obsessed with – the Karly Half leathers, for £98, the £225 New Jules biker boots and the £98 Miller Hoodie. JEALOUS.

And when it comes to hitting the high street with her fellow X Factor judges, Nicole only has eyes for one man: ‘Definitely Louis as he loves his fashion, and needs a revamp….! Only joking.’

Something tells us even Louis couldn’t resist a shopping slurge with this superstar.

But does Nicole have plans to launch her own fashion line, a la Rihanna? She says: ‘Watch this space…’. Eeee!

By Jessica Bridgeman

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