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Phoebe-Lettice Thomson is a Pretty Tough Girl

FashionBy Sunday World
Phoebe-Lettice Thomson is a Pretty Tough Girl

Emily Weller and Phoebe-Lettice Thomson were among the guests celebrating BABY-G's 21st birthday last night (21.07.15).

'Made In Chelsea' beauty Phoebe is among the contributors to a special Zine created by the watch brand and Anti-Agency to celebrate the landmark, and attended a bash with her fellow reality star on the rooftop of London's Ace Hotel to launch the publication, alongside designer Dominic Jones, photographer Bella Howard, model Elizabeth Jane Bishop and DJ Siobhan Bell.

The zine, named after the brand's 'Pretty Tough' statement features a number of 'Pretty Tough Girls', including Phoebe and Emily, stylist Kylie Griffiths, hair and make-up queens Danielle and Nicole Kahlani, and designer Cozette McCreery.

Cozette - one third of label Sibling - is working on a collaboration with BABY-G for London Fashion Week SS16 and spoke with the publication about her long-held love of the watches.

She recalled: "I had my first ever BABY-G years ago, it was black with turquoise trim and a black fabric strap with the same turquoise tipping.

"I wore it to death when I went to Israel to live on a Kibbutz. Originally I went there because I wanted to go to a country with sun and be away longer than two weeks. I ended up staying two years as was offered work at the sheep house.

"When I was younger I wanted to be a vet but failed to gain another science at A Level so this job was my dream and of course I said yes.

"I was 'mum' to all the lambs so my BABY-G would be nibbled on, dribbled on, baa-ed at and generally bashed about.

"Both myself and the watch did scrub up well for the Kibbutz disco every Friday night though, which was in a disused bunker."