Kelly Osbourne has admitted she, unlike many other designers in the fashion industry, doesn't intend to be the ''prettiest girl in the room.''
Kelly Osbourne doesn't make fashion or make-up choices to try and be the ''prettiest girl in the room''.
The 30-year-old designer says she doesn't instantly see glamour when she thinks of fashion, unlike most people in the industry, and prefers to stand out from the crowd with left-field outfit choices.
Speaking to the New York Post Newspaper, she said: ''My idea of fashion is a very different one to most. I don't want to follow trends - ever. I don't want to be the prettiest girl in the room. I don't want to be the funniest or the smartest.
''I just want to be me and do what makes me as happy and creative as I possibly can be in whatever project I'm doing.''
Kelly - who quit 'Fashion Police' earlier in March - is busy working on a new TV project with producer Harvey Weinstein but remained tight-lipped on the details.
However, she did confirm the gig is fashion-related and she will also be judging on Weinstein's other production, 'Project Runway Junior,' which airs on Lifetime on November 12.
Meanwhile, the purple-haired babe currently has her hands tied up in the Big Apple as she's busy attending shows at New York Fashion Week, which kicked off on Thursday (10.09.15) and will conclude on September 17.
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