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Cat Deeley Talks About Her Love of Cheap-Chic In New Profile

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Even though she's an LAer now, British-born So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley still has a soft spot for UK brands. In her new Coveteur profile, Deeley sings the praises of designer Matthew Williamson ("the fashion fairy godmother every girl needs") and high-street fast-fashion brands like Topshop, Miss Selfridge and Monsoon. In a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot, Deeley turns the tables a bit, grilling Coveteur founders Erin Kleinburg and Jake Rosenberg about the site's most surprising profiles and how they think social media affects the fashion industry. After Refinery29 and Instyle, this is the third time in the past five months that Deeley's style (and house) have been photographed. Girl must be doing something right.
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