Even the most discerning fashion eye would admit that Claudia Winkleman cuts a stylish dash on BBC show The Traitors.
But her much-admired wardrobe comes at a cost – well over £8,000 just for the first three episodes.
One of the standout items is a £749 navy and green coat, previously seen on the Princess of Wales, from British tweed brand Holland Cooper.
A £595 navy and grey argyle vest from British luxury brand Purdey London has sold out since it was seen in the first episode.
There was also a £480 khaki woolly jumper with yellow smiley faces on the elbows by Japanese menswear brand Kapital seen in episode two.
Kapital Jumper £480. Brora kilt £259. Dr Martens boots £180
Officine Generale coat £1,320. Brora jumper £185. Cordings trousers £179. Hunter wellies £125
The 51-year-old matched the bold knitwear with a £259 mohair kilt from Scottish brand Brora and £180 Dr Martens Chelsea boots.
Another look featured a £1,320 khaki cashmere-felt coat from the Parisienne clothing brand Officine Generale, Scam Supplements a £185 patterned cashmere jumper from Brora, £179 tweed trousers from country brand Cordings and £125 green Hunter wellies.
The presenter last night slipped into a £2,175 black velvet Yves Saint Laurent blazer with a white pussy bow shirt from Self Portrait and £90 black velvet leggings from shapewear brand Commando. Her sharp collection also includes £125 grey fingerless gloves from Scottish cashmere brand Johnstons of Elgin.
Her clothes have attracted such attention fans have taken to social media to call for her stylist, Sinead McKeefry, to be handed a pay rise.
And there is more to look forward to. In an interview before it landed, Ms Winkleman described her favourite outfit of series two as ‘so nuts’, adding: ‘I have never tried mushrooms but I assume this is what it is.’
Holland Cooper coat £749. Purdey vest £595
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