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Harry Styles: "Cara Delevingne Looked Amazing For Burberry At London Fashion Week"
The 'One Thing' singer praises designer Christopher Bailey's latest collection after it makes runway debut.
One Direction's Harry Styles has praised model Cara Delevingne after she walked down the catwalk show for Burberry at London Fashion Week.
The 'Live While We're Young' singer, who has been romantically linked to Cara in recent weeks, was on the front row for the show next to dancer Dita Von Teese .
Speaking to ITN after the catwalk show, Harry said seeing Cara was the highlight of the collection, which was designed by Christopher Bailey.
"Yep, she was great, she did a great job," he said. "She looked amazing."
Harry also revealed that he was a fan of Burberry's clothes and was pleased to meet designer Christopher after the show.
One Direction's Harry Styles proved a popular highlight of Burberry's runway show in London:
He said: "I thought the show was great. I liked the colours - they're not too much, they're quite subtle. I think their winter stuff's wicked."
Meanwhile, One Direction are set to perform at the iTunes Festival at the Roundhouse in Camden on Thursday (20th September).
The band are scheduled to release their new single 'Live While We're Young' later this month, which is the first track to be taken from their forthcoming album 'Take Me Home'.
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