What are you wearing right now?

A vintage white lace top from one of my raids of Alfie's Antiques Market on Church Street, black leather leggings from Kova & T, Jeffrey Campbell gladiator sandals with gold studs, a vintage navy Chanel bag stolen from my mum, and a massive gold skull ring from Lei Van Kash.

Who's your style icon?

Brigitte Bardot and Raquel Welch back in the day. They were so eye-wateringly beautiful that it really didn't matter what they wore, so actually that's cheating. I really like the way Diane Kruger has been dressing recently – she always looks elegant, yet fashion forward at the same time. And Jessica Rabbit. Yes, I'm aware she's a cartoon character!

What can't you live without?

High heels. They make me feel tall.

Describe the best outfit you have ever worn.

I love fancy dress, so a printed mini kimono dress from Issa with pink neon tights, Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, beaded Domakaya clutch, a vintage fan, chopsticks in the hair and the craziest eyelashes ever. It was for 'A Night in Japan' – the birthday party of one of my best friends, the owner and director of amazing accessories brand, Domakaya.

What's in your wardrobe?

Way too many pairs of Charlotte Olympia shoes and lots of dresses(I have a minor obsession with mini dresses). I'm really into the basics – so good jeans and jackets.

What is in your make-up bag?

Laura Mercier tinted moisturiser, Mac creme blush, liquid eyeliner, lip balm, Armani foundation (which I only wear when I'm filming), some Mavala nail polishes and loads of bits and pieces I never really use.

If you could live in any decade, style-wise which would it be?

The 40s, for full-voltage old Hollywood glamour – the hair, the make-up, the jewellery, the dresses – I love it all! And the men looked so much more handsome back then too.

How often do you look in the mirror?

When other people aren't around – my 'mirror face' is disturbing.

Any fashion confessions you want to share with us?

I have made many errors on the fashion front in the past. I'm going to put it down to the fact that my style was evolving. Haha! Um, confessions? I have this Joseph cardigan that I have literally worn to death, it has massive holes in it and has been on more long-haul flights than some cabin crew, but I can't bear to part with it. It's like a security blanket that I'm too embarrassed to take to the dry cleaners.

What's your secret style tip?

If your hair and nails look good, you look good.

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