Olympic gymnast and 'Strictly Come Dancing' winner Louis Smith likes to follow the latest trends and wants to start his own fashion line which reflects his own style.
Louis Smith loves to look ''trendy''.
The Olympic gymnast, who took home the 'Strictly Come Dancing' Glitterball trophy last year, enjoys taking care of his appearance and his diverse taste in clothes means he shops everywhere from High Street to designer stores.
In an interview with Yahoo! Lifestyle, Louis said: ''I love to look trendy. I think where it's acceptable I like to look quite different!
''The great thing about fashion is that it's everywhere. It can pop up in the strangest of places whether it be River Island or Vivienne Westwood. So long as it looks good, I'll wear it.''
Louis, 23, is passionate about fashion and hopes to one day set up his own clothing line inspired by his own varied wardrobe, but the hunky sportsman admits he is in no rush to develop a collection.
He added: ''[Fashion] is something that I'd love to get involved with. We're in talks at the minute about trying to get stuff set up. It's very early days yet but yeah, I do love fashion.
''I think it's important to take the steps slowly but in the right direction. I'm not trying to be the next Alexander McQueen, it's just something that I've wanted to do. It's a project that I'm very keen on.''
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