Model Abbey Clancy and Sarah Harding were among those taking to the catwalk for the Lingerie London Fashion Show at the Old Billingsgate Market in London last night (October 24, 2012). The celebrity models were showcasing underwear for lingerie labels Agent Provocateur and Atsuko Kudo.
Clancy, a 26-year-old model and mother-of-one, wore a gold basque and matching knickers before returning to the catwalk later in the evening wearing red-topped stockings and gold heels. The Liverpudlian was watched on by proud husband Peter Crouch, who understandably beamed with delight. As mentioned, Abbey wasn't the only star to appear at the fundraiser, with television presenter and model Zara Martin also making an appearance.
Abbey Clancy modelling at the Agent Provocateur and Atsuko Kudo fashion show gala as part of Lingerie London.
The reported girlfriend of N-Dubz' Fazer wore a lacy white basque with white underwear.
Zara Martin modelling at the Agent Provocateur and Atsuko Kudo fashion show gala as part of Lingerie London.
Peaches Geldof was perhaps the most high profile of the celebrities at the event, though chose to stay covered up. The daughter of Sir Bob Geldof wore a bridal style gown on the runway, which is perhaps fitting considering her recent wedding to Thomas Cohen. The couple's son Astala Dylan Willow Geldof-Cohen was born in April 2012, though somehow Peaches manages to look thinner now than before she fell pregnant. Geldof was closely followed down the catwalk by model Claudia Mason, who wore a netted dress with zipper and high black heels.
Peaches Geldof and Claudia Mason modelling at the Agent Provocateur and Atsuko Kudo fashion show gala as part of Lingerie London.
The evening's biggest cheers and whistles were saved for Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding, who strutted out in a policewoman inspired Agent Provocateur outfit of sheet shirt, black and gold kickers and thigh high boots. With messy hair, the British singer appeared almost unrecognizable as she made her way to catwalk's edge, saluting to the audience.
Sarah Harding modelling at the Agent Provocateur and Atsuko Kudo fashion show gala as part of Lingerie London.
The show was the first time in five years that Agent Provocateur has showed off its range in the UK. It also featured a charity raffle, during which tycoon Paul Chaplin bid £15,000 to see the Rolling Stones in concert. He later quipped to the Daily Mail, "I thought I could support them in concert with my electric violin."