Not my Styles: One Direction's Harry has no plans to follow Cara Delevingne into fashion career
Tuesday 17 September 2013
One Direction star Harry Styles says he has no plans to follow his pal Cara Delevingne down the catwalk.
The chart heart-throb admitted he would struggle to do a celebrity turn at a fashion show because he struggles to even walk in a straight line.
He and Delevingne had been rumoured to be dating after being spotted at several parties together during London Fashion Week.
Styles, 19, turned out to watch Cara, 21, strut her stuff at the Burberry show, but shrugged off the rumours that they were an item: "People talk about anything really, but we're just friends and stuff. She is a lovely girl."
The "Best Song Ever" singer also claimed he had not been partying too much during fashion week.
He said: "I haven't had that busy a week. Everyone seems to think I'm out all the time - I'm not."
Despite being a big Burberry fan, Styles said there was little likelihood of him taking to the catwalk any time soon.
"I don't know if I can walk in a straight line that well, I might fumble around, so maybe not. Maybe I'll zig zag, or switch it up a little bit."
Harry was spotted enjoying a joke with Sienna Miller and Paloma Faith on the front row of the show.
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