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With the shows in full swing, October is the month to research what a girl should, and more to the point, shouldn't be wearing. But our eyes haven't been on the catwalk. The real action happens in the front row where the fashion glitterati rub shoulders with publicity hungry celebs. The result makes fascinating viewing. The Fashion Eds offer a head to toe guide to the season's hottest labels. While on the other end of the spectrum, the celebrity wannabees crumble under the pressure and reliably pull off an array of splendidly bad outfits.

Sarah Ferguson pulled off the impossible - looking terrible dressed head to toe in Dolce & Gabbana. Now if there was ever a woman that could murder an outfit. As a rule it's best not to wear orange lipstick with fuchsia pink. By her side were Beyonce and supermodel Amber Valetta demonstrating how D&G should look. And what exactly was going through Donatella's mind when she decided to bare more flesh than Liz Hurley and then pose for photographs next to her we will never know. This week we're making a mental note not to bare our midriffs once we hit our twilight years.

As for what happened on the catwalk? If we do embrace next summers yellow trend we will try to avoid looking like Big Bird.


Liz and Donatella; Beyonce, Amber and Fergie; Gucci
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 7, 2003
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