Ollie Locke From 'Made In Chelsea' Shows Us His Stylish Wardrobe: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

02 April 2012 by

Could we BE any more excited about the return of 'Made In Chelsea'? Yes folks, the decadent and debauched lives of SW3’s most privileged and preened young peeps returns to our screens tonight on E4 at 10pm. And to celebrate this glorious feast of televisual wonder, we thought it only fitting to bring you a world exclusive with arguably the most preened member of the cast, the man with the most famous locks in the land and a (fake) tan to rival none, yup we’re talking Mr. Oliver Locke.

Grazia Daily had unrivalled access to Ollie’s world-famous wardrobe at the weekend (scroll down to watch the video). And boy did we see some fancy kit – we’re talking trunks, tweeds, shiny silver things, girls’ blazers and lots and lots of Union Jackery. He may – as he himself points out – have ended up on some ‘worst dressed’ lists in his time, but here at Grazia Daily, we feel Ollie should be admired for his unique and overtly patriotic sartorial brilliance (check out some of his great outfits in the gallery above).

And we’re not alone, for in another Grazia Daily exclusive we can bring you the breaking news that Ollie’s unique sense of style has also caught the attention of the fashionable set at none other than Oxford University. We kid you not. ‘I’ve been invited to give a talk about fashion and style at Oxford University next month,’ Ollie tells us. ‘I’ve actually already spoken at Cambridge University in the last year, so to have been invited by Oxford too is really quite something. I’m very excited and honoured to have been invited.’ Of course, Grazia Daily shall be there to witness this historic event.

Coming tomorrow…Ollie’s fabulous flatmate Cheska Hull reveals the TRUTH about Ollie’s beauty regime and her top five tips for being a Chelsea Girl this season. See you then, MIC fans!

 
by Emily Maddick


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