Daisy Lowe's Greatest Fashion Moments

Ahead of her debut on Strictly Come Dancing, we take a look at some of the model’s best sartorial moments

She’s been modelling since the age of two and now, at 27, boasts a portfolio that includes the likes of Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Whistles, Chanel and Marc by Marc Jacobs. It’s no wonder Daisy Lowe has become one of the most recognised faces in fashion.

Considering she’s a member of London’s ultimate It-Pack (with best friends including Alexa Chung, Pixie Geldof, Florence Welch and Nick Grimshaw), it’s also no surprise that Daisy is a regular at the city’s most glamorous events. Whether she’s DJ-ing or posing on the red carpet, she always manages to look flawless.

Daisy’s rock’n’roll heritage (she’s the daughter of musician Gavin Rossdale) has clearly influenced her wardrobe, as has her love of vintage fashion (with Katherine Hepburn and Bettie Page cited as her style icons).

On the red carpet Daisy’s style oozes sex appeal and glamour. She’s a fan of Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney and Dolce & Gabbana, often choosing waist-cinching gowns and satin materials that show off her killer curves. And, while on the surface her red carpet style is classic, she knows exactly how to add a unique touch with vintage accessories, bold hairstyles or a cool biker jacket.

Off-duty, Daisy allows her inner rock chick to shine. Her day-time style moves away from evening's body-cinching glamour and takes on an effortless grunge-chic vibe. Think biker boots, vintage dungarees, floral gypsy dresses, shearling jackets, boyfriend jeans and oversized sunglasses.

It’s not just Daisy’s wardrobe that gives us style envy. She is probably best recognised by her coveted curves, signature red pout and glossy black tresses. Daisy is rarely seen without a slick of rouge lipstick and those killer bangs, both of which emphasise her vintage-inspired style by giving her a ‘50s pin-up girl look (that we can admit to copying at home more than once).

As she prepares to make her debut on Strictly Come Dancing, we’re taking inspiration from Daisy Lowe’s effortless chic and natural sex appeal. Look back at some of her wardrobe highlights below.

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