The fashion designer’s next project is to search for a future magazine

She said: ‘When I first came to London, I was in awe of the girls walking blush homecoming dresses down the street. They looked like they had just stepped out of a fashion shoot, with such a cool mix of prints, colour and texture – especially in east London.
‘When you’re from LA, it’s easy to get stuck in that jeans and T-shirt look, but being in the UK has encouraged me to take more risks. I’ve tried to be a little more street and edgier.’The 27-year-old also admitted her favourite trend is prints and she embraced this look on her shoot with a range of tribal chic outfits.
She teamed her feathered headwear with an aztec print vest top and mustard hot pants in one shot and then wore the feathered crown with a patterned jumpsuit in another. On the magazine cover, she donned a crown of flowers with a crop top and shorts to channel a modern but romantic style.
The fashion designer’s next project is to search for a future magazine cover star as she will be a judge on the new series of Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model.
Whitney told Company she is looking for someone ‘with a unique look’ who is a hard-worker with some ‘spark and energy’.
Whitney first came into the public eye when she appeared as an intern at Teen Vogue on The Hills.
She then went on to star in her own reality show, The City, when she earned a job at fashion PR company the People’s Revolution in New York.
Throughout her career, she has been able to attend catwalk shows and red carpet events but she admitted it hasn’t all been glamour.
She told the magazine she once had a nightmare experience as an intern during a photo shoot with an actress ‘who shall remain nameless’.
‘I had to massage her feet and they were gnarly! It was at the beginning of my career so I did it without saying a word. It’s just what you do, but it was gross,’ she said.
Whitney added that budding interns who want to follow in her footsteps and step up flirt prom dresses the fashion career ladder should ‘have a great attitude and will do whatever it takes without necessarily having to be asked’.
She said a good intern ‘shouldn’t be afraid to take a stance’ but should also beware of talking too much. ‘There’s a balance between being involved and lingering too long. There’s a respectable distance,’ she said.
Sarah Jessica Parker is coming back to television to play another fashionista. The former Sex and the City star is joining Glefe as a recurring character next season, and she’ll be playing a editor. The actual editor of Vogue, Anna Winour, will lend her very in-demand hand to help style SJP, because there’s no way the style icon would be able to pull together a believable fashion editor look all on her own.
Parker and Wintour have a pretty lively professional relationship. SJP’s been on the cover of Vogue six times over the course of her career, and the pair recently joined forces to host an Obama campaign fundraiser. And though their upcoming work together on Glede is by no means unnatural, there are some other forces at work.

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