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Fearne Cotton Is Taught How To Nail The Nearly-Naked Trend By Pam Hogg In 'Fearne On Fashion'

'Embrace the differences and not the normal acceptance of what is beautiful.'

07/03/2017 09:23 GMT | Updated 15/05/2017 13:08 BST

Fearne Cotton has been persuaded to try one of the most daring trends of the season: Nearly-naked.

It takes some confidence to pull off a sheer Pam Hogg catsuit and who better to teach Cotton how to channel her inner catwalk model, than the non-conformist designer herself.

“I can see all my bits, they’re all there, but very strategically covered,” exclaims a blushing Cotton once she’s dressed in Hogg’s sequined creation.

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As well as dressing in one of Hogg’s signature catsuits, Cotton also joins the designer at an exhibition of ‘anti-trend fashion’ and asks her how she feels about the divisive term ‘vulgar’, which has been used to describe some of her pieces.

“There were different connotations when I was younger,” Hogg explains. “The word vulgar meant really distasteful.

“As time has gone on I just thought, this is great because actually it’s an unorthodox way of thinking and that’s exactly the way I work.

“It’s embracing the differences and not the normal acceptance of what is beautiful.”

James Grant

Fearne Cotton has delved behind the scenes of the fashion industry for a revealing new video series premiering on The Huffington Post UK Style. In the 10-part ‘Fearne On Fashion’ series Cotton shares an eye-opening insight into the chaos of Fashion Week, the virtues of vintage and what drives us to buy the latest high street trends in droves. 

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