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TV Stars to Trend Setters
Since graduating from reality TV show The City, Olivia Palermo's impeccable style has kept her on the fashion world's radar. Pictured here at New York Fashion Week, Palermo blends timeless colour with just the right accessories.
At 27, this golden-haired former Teen Vogue intern has starred in reality TV shows The
Hills,The City and this year is judging on Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model. No stranger to the runway herself, Port has shared her style with the masses through her cocktail wear line Whitney Eve.
Photographed looking ethereal at Fashion Week in New York, former Home and Away actress Isabel Lucas is a long way from Summer Bay. Her bohemian style includes long, flowing dresses with a vintage flavour and she loves to accessorise with a headband or delicate floral wreath.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Nobody personifies, glamour, and New York City more than SJP. Since playing the ultimate fashionista Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City, the A-list actress has launched her clothing line Bitten and a range of fragrances.
Nicole Richie has come a long way since her stint as Paris Hilton's sidekick on reality TV show The Simple Life. The trend-setting mother of two is often noted for her laid-back look, featuring boho-chic frocks, skinny jeans, and alluring eveningwear - seen in her accessory line House of Harlow 1960.
They don't come much cooler than Ruby Rose. With numerous TV credits to her name and a stint as resident VJ at MTV, the 26 year-old Aussie has also found the time to launch a streetwear collection with label Milk & Honey.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
We first saw the Olsen sisters on Full House at just nine-months of age, when they were wearing diapers rather than couture. Mary-Kate is now known for managing to pull off mixed fabrics, vintage pieces, layers, and huge sunglasses. Ashley, on the other hand, tends to embrace a more tailored style.
Actress Rachel Bilson is pretty much always impeccably dressed. We first became aware of the actress when she played quirky Summer Roberts on The O.C. She defines chic by wearing a classic palette of black, white, greys, and browns that compliment her gorgeous features.
Former Mrs Cruise first shot to fame as fresh-faced Joey Potter on Dawson's Creek. Fast forward fourteen years and Holmes has turned fashion designer, launching label Holmes and Yang, through a collaboration with her former stylist Jeanne Yang.
After rocking MTV's Laguna Beach and The Hills, Conrad has been spokesperson for mark., debuted The Lauren Conrad Collection and enjoyed a host of fashion related endorsements and TV gigs. Here she's front row at New York Fashion Week.
Minogue was once the lovable girl next door on Young Talent Time. More recently she's a fashion pro on the judging panel of The X-Factor and Australia's Got Talent, and has just launched her latest fashion line with Project D in London.
The TV presenter, British Vogue contributing editor, and style icon's impeccable fashion sense has sparked internation trends. Pictured rubbing shoulders with Marc Jacobs backstage at the designer's show at New York Fashion week, Chung and her balayaged locks are major players on the style circuit.
Ever wondered just how many of the fash pack first started out in the world of television? From actresses and presenters, to reality stars, TV's leading ladies continue to inspire us with their effortless style. We've rounded up our favourite movers and shakers who know how to work the fashion world as well as the TV screen.