Model Leah Wood - is currently the face of vintage-inspired cult label Wheels & Dollbaby - wants her own women's fashion line.
Leah Wood wants her own women's fashion line.
The 31-year-old model - daughter of Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood and his ex-wife Jo Wood - is currently the face of vintage-inspired cult label Wheels & Dollbaby and she wants to expand her career by having a clothing line.
She said: "I've got so much creative stuff planned, I can't wait to get started. I have done this campaign called The Misfits for Wheels & Dollbaby. I want to design my own label for women aged 16 to 44, then a children's range and a homewares range. I'm doing an exhibition showcasing paintings I've done of female friends."
The mother-of-one says she's always been a huge fan of fashion, which stemmed from her parents.
She told Britain's HELLO! magazine: "My love for fashion started when I was three - I remember changing outfits every two hours. Mum loved it and encouraged it. She styled dad for a really long time on tour, and I grew up seeing him and my mother wear Lycra leggings, loud jackets, full leather belts with studs and these rock T-shirts are now so soft. Until recently I was still raiding mum's attic. I'd get my friends up there and pull out dad's leather trousers and platform heels, screaming, 'Wow, did he really wear this?!' "
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