Designers refuse to lend clothes to Katie Price
Thu, 15 Oct 2009 9:37p.m.
Katie Price is snubbed by most fashion houses.
The glamour model admits designers don't lend her their clothes, and when she recently asked 12 top fashion houses - including Chanel, Gucci, Prada and Versace - to let her wear their designs, all of them refused.
Writing in her latest autobiography, Katie said: "I can't get any big names to lend me - and it really p***es me off.
"I look at people like Kelly Brook and I can't understand how she gets to wear all of these designer clothes.
"I'm not slating her but really, what the hell does she actually do?"
The other designers who didn't respond to Katie's requests for clothes were Dior, Dolce and Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, Vivienne Westwood, John Galliano, Luis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney.
The glamour model then blasted the designers for their actions, saying their refusals were down to "snobbery".
Katie, 31, added: "It comes down to snobbery. I've proved I can sell things, I'm credible, people are interested in what I wear."
Katie's autobiography 'Standing Out: My Look, My Style, My Life' is published on October 22.
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16/10/2009 8:32:28 a.m.
Because the designers she mentions want to be taken seriously and their clothes are for stylish women not tacky Jordan who has never worn a stylish outfit.They also want to stay in buisness can you imagine the trade they would loose with her as their manakin LOL
16/10/2009 5:10:56 a.m.
haha what goes around comes around JORDAN! she doesnt even deserve to get free clothes after the way shes behaved shes an actual embarresment , team pete all the way x
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