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Fearne Cotton is lovely in lemon at new collection launch
Newlywed Fearne Cotton was dazzling as she stepped out to launch her new collection for Very.co.uk on Wednesday.
The presenter, 32, wore a lemon mini-dress with an embellished panel on the waist and flared sleeves. She paired the stunning dress with pink barely-there sandals that showed off the tattoos on her feet.
HELLO! Online joined Fearne for an exclusive event to mark her new line for the online retailer, attending a cocktail-making evening at the Groucho club, where the mum-of-one spoke about how "pleased" she was with the range.
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Fearne was stunning in a dress from her new collection
She also revealed to us that she wears a pendant necklace engraved with an R for her son Rex.
The new collection boasts a mix of clashing prints, bold colour and quirky embellishments true to Fearne's signature style.
"This collection is all about having fun with your clothes - Dressing in a way that makes you feel empowered and your best. I like to be spontaneous and wear whatever feels right on the day so there's bold prints, versatile pieces you can mix for day or night as well as pieces to dress up in," said Fearne.
The newlywed posed up a storm to mark her new launch
Jon Owen, Retail Director of Very.co.uk said, "At Very we pride ourselves on helping our customer lead a stylish life, and one of the ways we achieve this is by giving access to exclusively designed collections at great prices. Fearne’s collection is always eagerly anticipated and we are expecting this season to be another huge success".
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