COMPILED BY REBECCA BOYCE FASHION London Lite Thursday, 8 October 2009 27 giant, shiny discs into the path of a wind machine which whipped them above our heads. Honestly, if someone had thrown me a mini-dog, it would have been Mariah Careys next music video. But my thoughts turned to another band when Kemps boyfriend, Sean Lennon, sauntered in and lit a cigarette by the tiny open window. Rocknroll. He was sweet, but didnt get me in half as much of a tizz as my next random musician encounter did. Hello, Take That! Returning to Soho copying dance routines and staring longingly at posters on my teen bedroom wall. Swoon. We all had a quick chat, the boys were lovely, and then we went our separate ways for dinner (though I tried my best to tail them, of course). Tomorrow Ill interview Holly Willoughby about her new range of maternity wear while filming for VeryTV. Ive never met Holly before and Ive no clue what to wear: Id love you to decide. It has to be something from Take a look and let me know on Go on, pick me a winner. Blazing colour: the multi-hued DVF blazer (820, Atlantic crossing THE boutiques of New Yorks lower east side come to London this month in a fashion swap with the Newburgh Quarter off Carnaby Street. Eleven independent shops have landed in Soho, including Earnest Sewn and Hairy Marys Vintage. To celebrate, there will be 20 per cent off for shoppers tonight, plus goody bags, US-style street food and even a yellow taxi at events throughout the month. 8 Newburgh St & 3 Lowndes Crt; Strip teasers STRIPTEASE meets the comic strip in Agent Provocateurs new campaign, featuring a cast of sexy superheroes with names such as Elmira the Explorer and the Camikazi Twins, in costumes that could teach Wonderwoman a thing or two. We adore Hornettes cut- out body and Crystalinas purple silk. Check out the accompanying film and story for each character online at Crystalina bra, 70, suspender, 50 and brief, 40 Baroquenroll AT THE new Gail Berry boutique, 18th-century France meets rocknroll amid a treasure trove of gorgeous fashion finds. All pieces have been chosen to match with Gails signature palette of pink, purple and chocolate and Pretty Ballerinas is creating a special collection for the store. Hunter wellies sit alongside crystal slippers, while vintage faux fur jackets are perfect for throwing over ball gowns. Gail Berry, 187 New Kings Road SW6, 07834 329292 Line is Ron trend LIBERTY usually seeks inspiration from Dante Gabriel Rossetti and William Morris for its fabrics -- so a fashion line based on paintings by Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood may come as something of a surprise. Naturally, the results are bold and musically inspired with guitar motifs (what else) and vibrant colours. We love the I Feel Like Painting dress, 520. The range also includes scarves and purses. From 175, in store now. Liberty, Regent St W1, House, I bumped into a buddy who explained he was on a stag do, the groom being... Mark Owen. Gary, Mark and Jason were having pre- dinner beers upstairs in the bar, and though I often interview celebrities, I was totally speechless. Too many memories of Fashion mouse...theinternet shoppingspot WE LoVE new website, an online boutique specialising in mint- condition vintage handbags at reasonable prices. The stunning pieces date as far back as the Twenties -- we love the flapper girl beaded styles -- and many pieces, such as Eighties clutches and chain-handle bags are as on-trend today as they were when they were made. The site also features delicate mirrors and lipstick holders to complete the vintage look. Eighties messenger bag, 29 TAMARA ABRAHAM Areum Gim, 21, student from South Korea. Skirt, 30, cardie, 10, both H&M; bag, 38, Urban Outfitters; shoes, from Korea Rachel Manns, 19, photographer from Croydon. Cape, 70, Topshop; bag, 30, Camden Market; shoes, vintage Stina Lundberg, 20, fashion assistant from Sweden. Jacket, 20, Beyond Retro; jeans, 12, Urban Outfitters Jo Foster, 30, freelance designer from Hertfordshire. Cape, 20, vintage; bag, 40, Vivienne Westwood; jeans, 45, Topshop Bianca B, 19, student from Germany. Coat, 80, Zara; hat, vintage; jeans, 45, Topshop; bag, 25, Claires Karla Chang, 27, designer from Taiwan. Dress, 40, online; bag, 60, Fornarina; boots, from Taiwan Illneverforgetmyencounterwiththe TakeThatboysoutonMarksstagdo Stylefile Fashionnews Inassociationwith Georgia Crick- Collins, 18, waitress from Cambridge. Dress, 45, White Stuff; belt, 11, Beyond Retro; boots, 30, eBay; bag, 30, Accessorize index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html