Made In Chelsea series six is almost coming to a close, but thanks to us, you’ll still get your weekly dose of inside gossip and style tips, with Rosie Fortescue‘s exclusive LOOK blog.
See what the star’s been up to this week…
Hi guys! Last week I went to the Miss Dior Exhibition opening party in Paris with my friend Roxie who is a super-cool stylist – check out her website to find out more about her seriously cool gift concierge service, too! The party was at the Grand Palais, the most breathtakingly stunning building and was unbelievable.
The exhibition itself was out-of-this-world amazing! I also loved spotting Karl Lagerfeld and Natalie Portman at the launch party. I wore my new favourite dress by Mary Katrantzou from Brand Outlet, purple cow hide clutch from River Island and gold ‘dreamy’ necklace from my collaboration with Laura Gravestock. My lipstick is from Nars and is called Red Square.
What did you guys think of the show last night? Stevie learning to ride a bike properly was hilariously sweet!
Which pieces from my collaboration with Laura Gravestock are your favourite? Obviously it wasn’t ideal that the girls were fighting around my jewellery but that’s just what happens in Chelsea!
I’m really looking forward to going to the launch of Winter Wonderland this week. I’m not a huge fan of rides but I can’t wait to ice skate and drink mulled wine with friends and relax now filming for Made in Chelsea is over.
This week I’m using a cool new camera to snap my outfits – the Pentax Q7 – which is super-cool. I’vve chosen and gold and white body for it. Watch out on my blog www.atfashionforte.com later this week for an update of how I get on with it.
And finally… the beauty product I’m obsessed with this week is the Balance Me Skin Bright Hydrating Face Mist. It smells divine and is great at keeping your skin hydrated – plus, it’s suitable for all skin types. Love.
Until next week,
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