Designer Louise Gray was joined by a clutch of famous friends at a launch party for her Topshop collection in London last night
The London style set descended on Topshop’s flagship Oxford Circus store last night to celebrate the launch of Louise Gray’s eagerly-anticipated collection for the brand.
Surrounded by pieces from the fashion collection and accompanying make-up range, which hits Topshop stores nationwide and the website today, we sipped on elderflower and mint cocktails, and munched down scrumptious canapes alongside a clutch of the Scottish designer’s closest friends.
Actress Jaime Winstone was in attendance dressed in black leggings, chunky heels and a sequined smiley face tee from the Louise Gray for Topshop line. She was joined by the likes of singer Delilah, model Mary Charteris, Fashion East founder Lulu Kennedy, TV host Zara Martin and DJ Princess Julia, as well as designer Henry Holland, shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood and actresses Ophelia Lovibond, Gwendoline Christie and Antonia Campbell-Hughes at the fun fashion bash.
Party host Louise Gray was dressed in head-to-toe pieces from her own collections (natch!), including an orange swirl sequined skirt and a shimmering smiley face cropped top from the Topshop range.
If you live in London and fancy popping down to the shopping emporium to snap up some pieces from the line, head to the Edited area on the ground floor where you will find the complete six-piece collection, which carries all the hallmarks of Louise’s eponymous label – think shimmering sequins, slouchy silhouettes, fun motifs and clashing colours.
As well as the clothing, you can shop the beauty range too, which features party perfect face and body glitters, electric blue liquid eyeliner, shimmering eyeshadows and nail polishes, plus our new beauty bag staples – jet black mascara, lipsticks and cream blush, to name a few.
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You’ll be pleased to hear that prices for the Louise Gray for Topshop collection are purse-friendly, starting at a teeny-tiny £6.50 for a nail varnish and rising up to £200 for a sequined tunic. But if you want to add some of the items to your new season wardrobe, be quick, because we don’t expect them to stay on the rails for long…