News in pictures by hellofashion.com / 18 July 2017 Camilla Sacre-Dallerup looked lovely in a chic crimson jumpsuit as she mingled with her friends at the launch of her book, Reinvent Me on Thursday. She was reunited with her Strictly Come Dancing partner Tom Chambers, the pair won the series in 2008. Read more about: Fashion News London Fashion Film Festival kicks off on 14 September in Regent Street cinema, and creatives are being called to submit their work before 15 August. In previous years, films from the likes of Chanel, Valentino and Louis Vuitton have been showcased, seeing filmmakers from around the world getting involved in the prestigious event and submitting their films. With 15 awards up for grabs, including the title of Best Fashion Film, Best Director, Best advertisement and Best Student Fashion Filmmaker, it is not to be missed. Beatrice Bloom, Festival Director, said: "This is a great opportunity to associate your brand and film with one of London’s main growing Fashion events. In previous years we had amazing guests attending the festival, celebrities such as Stephen Jones, Shaun Ross and Rebecca Choo." Following the film screening, a Q&A with the filmmakers is expected, and once the winners are announced, a gltizy after party will follow. To submit your film visit www.lfff.co.uk.. In other fashion news... Kelly Brook, 37, is turning over a new leaf, and has been slowly replacing her glitzy wardrobe, in favour of de-cluttering her vast collection of designer dresses. Kelly, pictured here in a stunning £1,800 Roland Mouret dress, has decided to put it on sale through the designer-recycling website Hewi. The dress, which she wore to Royal Ascot this year, is being sold for just £800 - less than half price. Kate Upton turned heads in a chic monochrome ensemble when she attended the Panasonic Jaguar Racing team at the Formula E race in Montreal over the weekend. Kate was invited as a special guest, along with actors Nicholas Hoult and Tye Sheridan. The trio spent time learning about the cars, which are run by electric power and race in 12 races in nine cities across the globe this year.