Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Sarah Harding in high spirits as they enjoy a night on the tiles

3am girls Jo Wood and Sarah Harding in high spirits as they enjoy a night on the tiles

With their blonde hair and glamorous looks, they could almost be mistaken for mother and daughter.But as Jo Wood and Sarah Harding hit the tiles together last night, it was the latter who was perhaps acting a little more responsibly.After emerging from London's Mahiki nightclub at 3.30am, it was 27-year-old Girls Aloud singer Sarah who was propping up a worse for wear Jo.

The 53-year-old nearly walked into a lamppost as she made her way to her waiting car, but quick-thinking Sarah managed to steer her away from the obstacle just in time.The blonde duo hit the tiles last night after attending designer Henry Holland's show at Quaglino’s brasserie for London Fashion Week.Despite looking slightly disheveled as she left the club, Jo looked younger than her years in a black dress complete with a plunging neckline held together by plastic strips.Since her Rolling Stones husband Ronnie Wood left her for 20-year-old Ekaterina Ivanova, Jo appears to be getting younger by the day.Earlier this week she took on the younger models as she hit the catwalk at Vivienne Westwood's London Fashion Week clad in the rock chick uniform of jeans and a plaid shirt.Henry Holland's show last night attracted a plethora of stars, including his close friend Agyness Deyn who flew in from New York especially for the event.The 26-year-old model donned a series of outfits throughout the night and was later seen getting into a taxi in a fluffy purple coat complete with black and white leopard print hot pants.She said: 'I wouldn't miss this for the world. Henry's shows are the first thing in my diary. 'It's good to be able to get together with everyone who keep your feet on the ground.'Peaches Geldof, 19, was also in attendance with a mystery man, believed to be called Freddie.She had even scrawled: I 'heart' Freddie' on her hand. But rather than following the crowd to the after show party at Mahiki, Peaches and her fellow got in a taxi and headed to east London's trendy Shoreditch.Other guests at the show included Peaches's sister Pixie, actress Jaime Winston and model Erin O'Connor. As always Henry kept front-row seats for his family, who travelled down for the occasion from Bury in Manchester - including his mother Stephanie, father John, sister Fleur and auntie Cheryl - who helps sew the outfits for his showsHenry told the Manchester Evening News: 'We are keeping it in the family, I'm moving the north down to London. My old school mate has come to live with me and of course there's Agyness.' He said he wanted his new collection to be a recession-defying extravaganza, calling it Colour Me Happy - with bold dresses in hot pink, purple, green and blue, based on the colours from a Dulux paint card. 'I thought it was his most grown-up collection yet,' said his mother. 'But still fun. Henry has always loved colour, that's his thing.'

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