Pixie at DisneyLand Paris by the famous pink castle.
So who better than the stylish 21-year-old pop star, who is dating Oliver Cheshire, to bring us all the highlights from London Fashion Week?
As this year’s event comes to a close, Pixie rounds up her pick of all the shows and parties.
Here, in her own words, she gives the inside story on the capital’s biggest fashion parade.
I KICKED off Fashion Week at the Mawi and PPQ parties.
The catwalk shows are the main event but the parties come a close second. Mawi are jewellery designers to the stars — fans include Rihanna and Kate Moss.
I went for a Minnie Mouse-inspired look, with a polka dot Dolce & Gabbana dress, cat ears and a Moschino bag.
The Mawi party was at The Scotch Bar, where the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix used to play. Tonight it was The Horrors’ turn to do a live set.
I spotted the band mingling with the crowd afterwards. They seemed like friendly guys.
Guests nibbled on chocolate canapés shaped like rings and covered in glitter — a nice touch by the jewellery brand hosts.
You could tell the tipsier guests from how much glitter was left round their mouths after eating them.
After a few Purple Haze cocktails, I left with a little glitter too and an amazing goody bag with a Mawi statement necklace in it. It was so gorgeous.
I put it on before going to the PPQ party at Kensington Roof Gardens.
PPQ is a cool, young label loved by stars like TV presenter Jameela Jamil — who was also at the party.
I loved the cool Moroccan-style décor and the outside area full of shisha pipes and sectioned off areas with drapes and ropes.
We saw one of the PPQ designers, Percy — a brilliant host. There were lots of drinks on the table for us and an all-night BBQ.
A brilliant evening.
MY first show, Moschino Cheap and Chic — one of my favourite brands.
I had jewel-encrusted stiletto nails and wore a peach Moschino dress and a matching bag in homage.
The venue was a gritty warehouse in east London. As soon as I arrived, I could feel the buzz in the air of people eager to see the show.
On the way to sit down, I bumped into Nicola Roberts, lovely Kelly Brook and her beau Thom Evans and I got chatting to the charming celebrity chef Gizzi Erskine, who was sporting a dashing Audrey Hepburn-esque hairdo. I didn’t get a chance to say hello to model Daisy Lowe, but she was there looking beautiful in a chic dress.
The show was accompanied by a live band which was a brilliant touch by good old Mosch. The impressive collection was very 60s and 70s inspired. I was in my element. And a pineapple motif kept popping up. Pineapples are my fave. I love cheeky, fun fashion — they even had a pineapple-shaped bag.
I was a fan of the crimped hair, checked bags, mini-dresses, matching suits and flares, and also of the show’s quirky Austin Powers-ish vibe.
Afterwards they gave out cocktails and pizza — winning all round.
Then I headed to the Linda Farrow party at Le Baron club before meeting friends at The Rose club where we carried on the party.
TEMPERLEY time. I adore this show — timeless, classic and modern-vintage gowns. I got into the spirit by popping on a nude lace Alice Temperley dress and cat-print kitten heels by Charlotte Olympia.
The show was in a hall with high ceilings and grand staircases. I went with my boyfriend and show buddy, Oliver. Being a model he’s into the whole fashion thing.
We sat next to the lovely singer Delilah and I spotted model Poppy Delevingne sat next to Anna Friel.
I was blown away by the models who looked like movie stars — so glamorous and elegant — just how ladies should look. No wonder Kate and Pippa Middleton are big fans of this British brand.
The girls wore incredible Cutler + Gross sunglasses, which are now my fave new sunnies. The outfits were amazing and very Marilyn Monroe, with full skirts and gorgeous gloves. I’ll definitely try to get my hands on some of these show-stopping outfits.
I POPPED to the David Koma show — his label shot to fame in 2009 when Cheryl Cole wore one of his dresses on The X Factor. It was at Somerset House, which is the HQ of London Fashion Week.
Beautiful sunshine hit the square as we tottered over the cobbles — and I tried not to fall over in my 5in heels.
The outfit of the day was inspired by the movie Clueless, a fluffy cardigan from Damaris, a high-waisted black skirt from One Teaspoon, orange Gina shoes and an orange Moschino bag. We were sat next to the lovely Delilah again, so it was great to chat to a familiar face.
My favourite part was the array of white dresses — perfect for performance outfits. The whole show had a very futuristic, cool, space-like vibe.
It was my first David Koma show but I adored it. I’d love to go again and wear some designs.
Last but not least was Mark Fast, who sent size 16 models down the catwalk in his designs in 2010.
And his mega fun, hip-hop inspired show didn’t disappoint.
There’d been a real scrum to get in and it was extremely busy. We scooted in at 5pm but the show started fashionably late — as usual.
The shows tend to start at least 15 minutes late, which comes in handy, as usually I’m running late, too. We were the first to sit down and then leopard-print lovely Kelly Brook joined us. The show began to the sound of Push It by Salt-n-Pepa, and the girls appeared with wild, triangular Afros and bright pink lips. They wore a lot of bling, too.
My favourite accessory of the show was the electric bumbag worn over the shoulder. Be warned, I think they are on the comeback.
Daisy Lowe was strutting her stuff in the show and was the first girl in the finale, pulling off her crazy wig with attitude. The whole show had a very disco, rude-girly vibe.
It ended with Last Night A DJ Saved My Life — you could see the audience dancing in their seats.