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66 Daisy Lowe New


A re-entry into the Top 100 after her appearance in 2008, model Daisy Lowe has been a regular face on the UK high street this year.

Fronting her mother’s (designer Pearl Lowe) collection for value chain Peacocks, Lowe’s biggest break this year came when she was announced as the face of the recent

and much-publicised launch of Biba at House of Fraser. She also designed a capsule collection for French womenswear chain Morgan that launched last month.

Lowe is in the Top 100 as much for her off-duty style as her modelling campaigns. She is a favourite on the trend pages of consumer magazines and is often snapped DJing at celebrity fashion bashes. Meanwhile, she continued to make appearances modelling at international fashion weeks for brands including Bodyamr and Vivienne Westwood.

Her style encompasses the hippie-influenced yet glamorous late 1960s and early 1970s era, and Lowe was one of the first celebrities to endorse the sheer maxi skirt trend that is set to be huge for spring 11.

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