Clean Bandit’s Grace Chatto shows her curves in an abstract print wrap dress for London Fashion Week


She made her mark on the music scene as the cellist and vocalist for Clean Bandit.

And Grace Chatto also proved she’s also got style up her sleeve as she headed out for a Selfridges event at London Fashion Week on Saturday night.

The musician, 35, showcased her impressive curves in an abstract print burgundy and blue wrap dress, which highlighted her ample assets and miniscule waist.

Stylish: Grace Chatto, 35, also proved she’s got style up her sleeve as she headed out for a Selfridges event at London Fashion Week on Saturday night

The Rather Be hitmaker looked incredible in the skin-tight dress, which featured a turtle neck and asymmetric cut out across her bust and shoulder for the Future Of Fashion: Dinner On The Catwalk with TikTok and Clearpay event.

She paired her thigh-skimming ensemble with a pair of sleek black court heels, elongating her already toned pins.

The beauty styled her Barbie-pink locks in a long side ponytail for the event which took place at The Old Selfridges Hotel, while she opted for a natural, dewy palette of makeup.

Impressive: The musician showcased her impressive curves in an abstract print burgundy and light blue wrap dress, which highlighted her ample assets and miniscule waist

Impressive: The musician showcased her impressive curves in an abstract print burgundy and light blue wrap dress, which highlighted her ample assets and miniscule waist

Pairing: She paired her thigh-skimming ensemble with a pair of sleek black court heels, elongating her already toned pins

Pairing: She paired her thigh-skimming ensemble with a pair of sleek black court heels, elongating her already toned pins

Beautiful: The beauty styled her Barbie-pink locks in a long side ponytail for the event which took place at The Old Selfridges Hotel, while she opted for a natural, dewy palette of makeup

The star was in good company as she headed out, being joined by the DJ Fat Tony who hit the decks at the after-party.  

The music man took a stylish turn at the fashion show event, looking dashing in a camo biker jacket and black slacks.

The star beamed as he made his way into the venue, sporting a pair of crisp white low-top trainers  while he carried what appeared to be a man-bag.

Say cheese! Inside the event, Grace was seen posing with Maria Lisogorskaya

Say cheese! Inside the event, Grace was seen posing with Maria Lisogorskaya

Stylish: The music man took a stylish turn at the fashion show event, looking dashing in a camo biker jacket and black slacks

Stylish: The music man took a stylish turn at the fashion show event, looking dashing in a camo biker jacket and black slacks 

The DJ is no stranger to the harder side of the party scene, previously revealing he pulled some of his teeth out with a screwdriver at the height of his years-long drug addiction.

Tony struggled with a cocaine and crack dependency for years while working as a top DJ in London where he would sometimes earn £100,000 per night.

The drugs affected his perception of reality and at one point he said he became ‘so psychotic’ that he believed there were creatures inside his gums he wanted to remove.

Beaming: The star beamed as he made his way into the venue, sporting a pair of crisp white low-top trainers while he carried what appeared to be a man-bag

Beaming: The star beamed as he made his way into the venue, sporting a pair of crisp white low-top trainers while he carried what appeared to be a man-bag

Speaking to new! magazine, he said: ‘It got to the stage where I’d pull my teeth out of my mouth with my bare fingers or pry them out with a screwdriver. My whole face was numb from the drugs so it didn’t hurt.’

Tony discovered drugs when he was 18 and would convince himself that he couldn’t DJ unless he was high, sometimes going four or five nights straight without sleeping.

His addiction hurt his relationship with ex-boyfriend James, who eventually helped him to quit when he found him passed out on the floor of a nightclub and said: ‘What’s happened to you?’

Party scene: The DJ is no stranger to the harder side of the party scene, previously revealing he pulled some of his teeth out with a screwdriver at the height of his years-long drug addiction

Party scene: The DJ is no stranger to the harder side of the party scene, previously revealing he pulled some of his teeth out with a screwdriver at the height of his years-long drug addiction

Tony had an epiphany and he soon quit drugs cold turkey, spending six months in rehab to beat the addiction.

While he is clean now, the DJ admitted it wasn’t an easy road to recovery as he replaced his drug addiction with a sex addiction.

He said: ‘It wasn’t a smooth path, I replaced drugs with a sex addition and was sleeping with up to eight blokes a day. But I treated that addiction too, although things didn’t work out with James.’

Tony is now in a seven-year long relationship with his partner David and told how he also helped his close friend Boy George get clean.

Cold turkey: Tony had an epiphany and he soon quit drugs cold turkey, spending six months in rehab to beat the addiction

Cold turkey: Tony had an epiphany and he soon quit drugs cold turkey, spending six months in rehab to beat the addiction



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