The Made in Chelsea ladies are known for their fabulous fashion sense and they often hit headlines for trying out new styles. One of their favourite labels is Liliyang, a handbag brand that fuses Chinese style and British design. Attending the London launch of the label, Rosie Fortescue was spotted toting one of the gorgeous grey clutch bags.
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Louise Thompson is another MIC star to show off a Liliyang design, attending a party where she showed off a red snakeskin-print handbag. Another label that has been spotted on a MIC star is Outhouse. Engaged Millie Mackintosh recently styled up an outfit for a 'Festival Fashion' blog post with a statement Outhouse necklace. Millie is preparing to embark on a festival tour across the UK with her rapper fiancé Professor Green and revealed her other festival essentials.
"I have my eye on a Matthew Williamson pair [of willies] with a gorgeous colourful print," she said. She continued, "I like to wear my most eccentric sunglasses. It might be some bright Ray-Bans this year and a luxury hat – probably a felt Fedora. "I will also be taking an Accessorize boho rucksack with an ethnic print and a Barbour. They have some really cool jackets this year – I will be getting a camouflage one. It is a great cover up option for if it pours with rain."
Millie is said to have quit Made In Chelsea in order to tour with Professor Green. The Quality Street heir, who is one of the original cast members, reportedly told the show's bosses that she is leaving to spend more time with her fiancé. "He is touring in America next year and Millie will joing him as she didn't want to be apart from her husband so soon after tying the knot," a source told the Mirror. "She has told producers she's quitting the show and will join him there." The claims come after co-star Spencer Matthews revealed he thought Millie would be the first to leave. "Who will be the first to leave? Probably Millie," he told BANG Showbiz. "That's not to say I want her off the show, I think she's very entertaining .