Elizabeth Olsen loves British style.
The 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' actress - whose older sisters are The Row designers Mary-Kate and Ashley - is currently in the English capital for London Fashion Week and revealed she harbours dreams of dressing like a British schoolboy.
Speaking at the Mulberry show on Sunday (19.02.12), she told vogue.co.uk: "I love London style. I want to be a British schoolboy. There's nothing better than a navy fitted blazer."
US Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour also praised British style - including the collections of Burberry and McQ by Alexander McQueen yesterday (20.02.12) - saying it has left its "eccentric" label behind.
She said: "We used to come here and think it's all going to be eccentric and street chic and actually it's incredibly grown up, polished and sexy, glamorous clothes so it's a global stage now - it's wonderful."
Meanwhile, 'Tamara Drewe' star Gemma Arterton broke her self-imposed party ban to attend the Issa catwalk presentation on Friday (17.02.12) and revealed her tips for laid-back elegance.
She said: "This is my only show. My style is laidback. I don't like embellishment. I keep it simple. It's a bit rock 'n' roll. I'm a fan of classic and elegant."