Grab some celebrity style at Look’s fashion swap

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  • Look calls on its celebrity friends for free-for-all fashion swap

    If you’ve ever lusted after the style of stars like Gwen Stefani, Alexandra Burke or Fearne Cotton, then Look magazine has the event for you.

    Jumping on the craze for swap-shop parties, Look has taken the phenomenen a stage further, hosting the first ever reader and celebrity swapping event.

    Perfect if your wardrobe is in need of a refresh, the event will take place on London’s Carnaby Street on the weekend of the 31st January and the 1st February, in aid of cervical cancer charity Jo’s Trust and Cervical Cancer Awareness Week.

    Look is inviting its readers to drop off unwanted clothes in the week before (on 24 and 25th January, at 65-67 Broadwick Street and other collection points around London), for the opportunity to join in the swapping, and have the chance to bag fellow readers’ and celebrities’ unwanted style gems.

    The event’s charitable donators include Gwen Stefani, who’s given a piece from her very own L.A.M.B. range, Fearne Cotton, who created a personally customised denim jacket, Peaches Geldof, who’s donated the dress she wore for her PPQ launch party, and Alexandra Burke, who’s given outfits she wore while perfoming live on the X Factor.

    The high street has got in on the act to, with donations coming from Asos, Dorothy Perkins, Office, Faith, and Warehouse.

    For more info, and to find out how to join in this fabulous fashion event, click here.

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