She’s no stranger to a quirky ensemble or two.
And Pixie Geldof was embracing the Seventies with her latest groovy ensemble, as she attended a Pride-themed brunch hosted by House of Holland and The
The English model, 28, displayed her slender physique in the red star-printed dress as she arrived for the charity event at the Berners Tavern in London.
Quirky: Pixie Geldof, 28, was embracing the Seventies with her latest groovy ensemble, as she attended a Pride-themed brunch hosted by House of Holland and The London EDITION
Reach for the stars like Pixie
Star print wrap dress
Today’s Pride celebrations have well and truly kicked off in London and always one to be getting the party started, Pixie Geldof joined friends at the House of Holland brunch this morning in central London.
Never one to opt for a boring outfit, Pixie channelled a seventies vibe in a vintage-looking mini dress. Featuring a delicate star print throughout, the wrap dress has long sleeves and dramatic frills along all the hemlines. She paired her scarlet frock with thick black tights, knee high lace up suede boots and co-ordinating red sunnies.
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Pixie accentuated her slender figure in a red printed dress with frilled detailing, as she made a stylish arrival for the Pride brunch.
The daughter of music legend Bob Geldof looked sensational in the fitted dress which she accessorised with black tights and knee-high suede boots.
Pixie pulled her blonde tresses into a simple up-do as she finished her look with boho-esque red tinted glasses.
The musician posed up a storm with Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw, who sported his own summer look as he offered the music for the occasion.
Playful: The musician put on an animated display as she arrived for the event at Berners Tavern in London to raise money for Albert Kennedy Trust
Happy: Pixie posed up a storm with Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw as she arrived for the event
Fun: The musician teamed her dress with black tights and brown lace-up boots as she beamed alongside DJ Nick
Music man: Nick also acted as a DJ for the brunch, which aimed to raise funds for the charity to help the LGBT community
The brunch was held to raise funds for the Albert Kennedy Trust, which helps serve members in the LGBTQ communite who are homeless or living in hostile environments.
Pixie recently returned to the UK after her travels to Capri, which appeared to be a solo affair for the star, who is happily married to George Barnett.
It has been two years since Pixie tied the knot with George in Majorca, where close pals Alexa Chung and Daisy Lowe served as bridesmaids.
Better known for her modelling, Pixie has also fronted band Violet and released debut album, I’m Yours in November 2016.
Quirky: Designer Henry Holland showed off his own statement style in a rainbow-themed ensemble
Fun: The fashion model posed up a storm with transgender model Amanda Lepore
I’m here! Henry made a dramatic entrance for the event co-hosted by his House Of Holland brand
In an interview with
Her song Twin Thing is about her late sister Peaches, who passed away in 2014, aged 25 following a heroin overdose.
The siblings were born 18 months apart and the lyrics read: ‘ Wish I’d known you like my own skin/ So I could feel the hurt that you were in/ Wish we had that twin thing.’
She told The Irish Times: ‘It was unspoken that we knew it was quite precious and it was unspoken that we would work on it until it was perfect.
‘There was a second where I wasn’t going to put it on the record and then I realised that there had been people who had written songs that have helped me very much, and people that have made me feel connected when I’ve felt very unconnected.’
Playful: The rainbow-clad star opted for a look to perfectly represent the Pride theme