The Geldof sisters and Alexa Chung either have the exact bag taste or they always share their bags The D&G lilly bag, patent Mulberry's and the Topshop Kate Moss collection bag.. are the ones which i could spot from your latest posted pics Diamondsea. All lovely!
By Anita Singh, Showbusiness Editor
Last Updated: 12:54PM BST 03/06/2008
Pixie Geldof has appeared on the front cover of Tatler magazine, 26 years after her mother did the same.
Tatler covers featuring Pixie Geldof and her mother, Paula Yates
The 17-year-old, daughter of Boomtown Rat Bob Geldof and the late television presenter Paula Yates, is combining her A-level studies with a fledgling career as a model.
She is pictured for Tatler with a blonde peroxide crop, reminiscent of her mother's hairstyle, giving a military-style salute.
The magazine coverline hails her as "the coolest girl in town".
In the accompanying feature, which sees Pixie posing in a variety of designer outfits, Tatler editor Geordie Greig writes that Pixie is a "style icon" and "leader of London teenage style", and also reveals that she is considering following in her father's footsteps by embarking upon a musical career.
The magazine lists her musical influences as Britney Spears, Edith Piaf, Led Zeppelin and The Cure, amongst others.
She buys her clothes in charity shops and street markets, eschewing High Street brands "because why would I want to wear a dress that 50,000 other women are wearing?"
Pixie is currently studying for A-levels in psychology, art, philosophy and media. According to Tatler, the teenager always obeys her father's term-time curfew, although she is regularly spotted out partying with an array of famous friends.
Greig says of Pixie: "She does not play the 'I am the daughter of' card. But her eloquence and direct manner are inherited from her dad, and her vital beauty very much from her mother."
Yates graced the cover of Tatler in 1982, the year she became a presenter of seminal Channel 4 music show The Tube.
She died in 2000 from an accidental heroin overdose, three years after the death of her partner, INXS singer Michael Hutchence.
She may have become a magazine cover-girl and a style icon by the tender age of 17 but Pixie Geldof showed today she's still happy to lark in the park like other teenagers.
The schoolgirl made the most of the sunny weather to relax in a North London park with friends.
Wearing rolled up blue jeans and a white vest - slashed at the sides to reveal her black bra - Pixie entertained herself by doing handstands and cartwheels on the grass. Enlarge Enlarge
Acrobatics: Pixie Geldof performs a cartwheel in the park...
She then indulged in more adult pastimes by sipping a bottle of lager and smoking a cigarette - even though she's three months shy of the legal age of being able to do so.
Her age has also not stopped her from regularly attending nightclubs and showbiz parties with her 19-year-old sister Peaches.
But she is said to 'always obey' her father Bob Geldof's curfew during the school term. Enlarge
...before indulging in a cigarette and lager despite only being 17
The daughter of the late Paula Yates, Pixie recently followed in her mother's footsteps by posing for the cover of Tatler.
The society magazine named the teen as 'the coolest girl in town' and said she was 'very London, very now'.