Cotton glows in yellow for launch

Fearne Cotton launched her new fashion collection for Very.co.uk in London

Fearne Cotton launched her new fashion collection for Very.co.uk in London

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Fearne Cotton was mellow in yellow as she launched her latest range for Very.

The TV and radio presenter wore a canary yellow dress with a jewelled encrusted waistband, which she teamed with pink strappy heels, from her own collection as she posed for photographers at The Groucho Club in London.

"Getting read(y) for our @verynetwork event tonight to showcase my Aut/wint collection #veryFearne," she wrote before she unveiled her new range for the online retailer.

The 32-year-old, who has been designing for Very since 2009, later added: "My Very event went well and my mate @GregJRutherford got GOLD at the Commonwealth Games! A good day!"

Fearne, who married Jesse Wood - the son of Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie - earlier this month, said she has learnt to embrace and develop her sense of style.

"I would say I have got one now! I didn't used to have one when I am younger. As any young girl you learn what works for you," she told the Daily Mirror.

"Hitting 30... you feel you know yourself better and you give less of a s*** what people think of you and you go your own way and do what you want to do. It is a really liberating moment."

She added: "My style now is what I feel comfortable in. I have fun with it, I like experimenting. I don't care what people think about what I am wearing, I wear it for me and to have fun."

Fearne's 14th collection for Very, which includes clashing prints, bold colours and quirky embellishments, is available now from www.very.co.uk.

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