Looking peachy: Pregnant Miss Geldof is angelic in the front row at Temperley's London Fashion Week show
Peaches Geldof isn't letting pregnancy prevent her from keeping up with the frantic pace of London Fashion Week.
The fashion fan made it to her third show in two days on Saturday, appearing front row at the Temperley London Autumn/Winter 2012 presentation in St James.
The pregnant 22-year-old looked angelic in a floaty white maxi dress, believed to be a Temperley design, that showed off her growing bump.
Angelic: Peaches Geldof posed front row at the Temperley London Autumn/Winter 2012 show today wearing a pretty white dress that showed off her baby bump
Mother-to-be: The rock offspring is expecting her first child, a baby boy to be named Astala, in late April
She smiled as she posed for photographers, before taking her seat and chatting to her fellow FROW-er Pixie Lott.
Peaches wore pale pink stilettos and made her summery dress a little warmer with thick black tights.
Miss Geldof's sweet and innocent style was in contrast to singer Pixie, who wore a short leopard-print mini dress teamed with a hot pink lip.
Fashion addicts: Pixie Lott and her boyfriend Oliver Cheshire and actress Olivia Grant in the front row
Blondes have more fun: Pixie and Peaches chatted together as they waited for the show to commence
The Mama Do singer was accompanied by
her incredibly chiselled model boyfriend Oliver Cheshire, who looked
stylish in a black suit and tie-less white shirt.
Actresses Minnie Driver and Olivia Grant were also in attendance.
Minnie wore a floaty blush pink maxi dress, while Olivia wore a red velvet blazer.
Blue steel Pixie was all smiles ahead of the presentation, while her chiselled boyfriend struck a pose
Leopard and lace: Pixie Lott wore a cute leopard-print dress with yellow wedges while Minnie Driver looked stylish in a blush pink maxi
FROW: Peaches sister Pixie Geldof wolf whistled as she supported her
friend Henry Holland's House Of Holland show alongside Alexa Chung and
Yesterday, Peaches made her Fashion Week debut at the star-studded PPQ show, alongside Lydia Bright and Caroline Flack.
Earlier today, she attended the Moschino Cheap and Chic show, where she covered up in a bright red coat.
Meanwhile her sister Pixie was over at the House of Holland show in East London, where she sat front row and mingled with her friend Nick Grimshaw and Alexa Chung.
Poppy Delevigne, Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof showcased unique styles at the show
girly chat: Pixie and Alexa shared a laugh on the front row
Stylish stars: Millia Machintosh and Jade Parfitt attended House of Holland, while Jameela Jamil was front row at John Rocha
TEMPERLEY LONDON: RUSSIAN DOLLS AND BEJEWELLED TSARINAS
Last season, Alice Temperley's always accomplished collection was somewhat overshadowed by the presence of one Pippa Middleton on the front row. This year, while as always the London-based designer had a stellar turnout, the absence of such quasi-royalty meant the collection could really shine.
And shine it did. This being autumn/winter, the floaty, ethereal silk-chiffons that are Temperley's trademark were less prevalent, replaced by that other area the designer does so well: impeccably tailored dresses, skirts and jackets.
The collection was inspired by Russian royalty (not the only collection so far this week to have a Russian flavour) and as such, heavy in luxury worthy of a tsarina.
A sumptuous silk black dress lined with oyster swirled seductively about the model's feet as she walked; elsewhere, stiff bronze or black brocade formed structural skirts that stood out to attention from the models' hips.
This wouldn't be Temperley without plenty of embellishment of course, and here we were not let down. Those chiffon dresses that we did see were dripping with jewels of all colours and shimmered with crystals, finished off with panels that were seemingly liquid gold, but in reality were made up of thousands of beads. Lace panels finished off simple silks.
The whole lavish lot was topped off by a plethora of furry Russian hats. Nostrovia to that.
BY DEBORAH ARTHURS
Luxurious: Heavily jewelled dresses shimmered with liquid gold panels of beads while silk dresses swirled around the models' feet as they walked
Rich in Russian flavour: Bold floral prints were made wintry with black belts and fur hats
Luxury burnished gold fabrics were trimmed with velvet, belts had gold buckles and tiny chains
Flashes of red trimmed with the lace that is one of the constants in Temperley's collections
Soft, deep-pile velvet gave a sumptuous, regal feel to the collection
Flowers were either printed or embroidered onto fabric, while skirts were given volume using heavy silk brocade fabrics, right, a sequin jacket picked out gold embroidery and beading on a stunning silk-chiffon dress
Russian dolls: The delicacy of crystal embellished gowns was contrasted with fur hats