Dress code: Jade Parfitt, model

What are you wearing right now?

Diesel jeans, H&M black organic cotton T-shirt, Portobello cashmere jumper (in black from their Italian range), Carolina Barbieri star necklace, Tag Heuer watch and Philip Treacy deerstalker hat in black – it's cold today!

Who's your style icon?

The women I think are stylish would include Debbie Harry and my friends Erin O'Connor and Jasmine Guinness.

Describe the best outfit you have ever worn.

I wore a Giles Deacon red "anaconda" dress (right) with nude heels from Imitation of Christ to the British Fashion Awards recently. And the Jean Paul Gaultier winter 2005 couture show – it was an amazing collection – when I was the bride with a Native American-style style headdress, was one of my favourites!

What can't you live without?

I have a lot of Lulu Guinness handbags and Christian Louboutin heels. You can never have too many bags or shoes.

What's in your wardrobe?

Too much! It's packed, and I've recently been told I have to get rid of half of it. I'm thinking we need to build a new wardrobe...

Make-up essentials?

I love Shu Uemura concealer and eye shadows, Maybelline mascara, Mac lipstick and eye pencil, Chanel and Essie nail polish. I always make that sure I have some Kiehl's panthenol moisturiser in my handbag.

Most stylish era?

I think the 21st century is great! We can wear whatever we like.

How often do you look in the mirror?

I have a toddler so I really don't get much time to look in the mirror. Morning and evening when I'm putting on or taking off my make-up is probably about it.

Any fashion confessions you'd like to share with us?

I'm still loving my old Ugg boots - I just can't find a comfier and warmer winter boot.

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