Nineteen-year-old London party girl Peaches Geldof has become quite notorious in the past few years – some have even gone as far as to deem her the British equivalent of Paris Hilton.
Having recently made headlines for passing out and having an ambulance rushed to her rescue, Peaches is constantly being slandered by catty British tabloids for her hard partying and often questioned drug use. However, she is undeniably the poster child for London’s street style.
Born ‘Peaches Honeyblossom Michelle Charlotte Angel Vanessa’ to Bob Geldof, of Boomtown Rats fame, and the late Paula Yates, presenter on the British morning shows, The Big Breakfast and The Tube.
Peaches is the second eldest of four children, including her sister, Pixie Geldof, 17, who is becoming increasingly popular on the London party circuit in her own right.
Raised in Chelsea, Peaches is one half of the female DJ group Trash Pussies, along with friend Fifi Brown.
She also has written columns for the U.K publications the Daily Telegraph, Elle Girl U.K. and The Guardian, as well as starring in and writing two documentaries, Peaches Geldof: Teenage Mind, and Peaches Geldof: Teen America, both of which aired on Sky One in the U.K.
Peaches was serious with Faris Badwan, lead singer of The Horrors, but married Chester French boyfriend Max Drummey in Las Vegas a couple weeks ago after a whirlwind month-long romance. She is rumored to be flitting between the two men.
Named #7 in Tatler’s list of the Top Ten Fashion Icons of 2006, Peaches’ oft-imitated style is mishmash of tastes and eras, drawing from numerous sources for inspiration.
Her style is mainly defined by slightly Gothic/Victorian inspired and vintage tea dresses, leather motorcycle jackets, nu-rave, 1960s mod, frills, braided headbands, designer pieces, lace, short hemlines, and thick black tights, all topped off with her signature mop of long, perfectly tousled hair.
Photos courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.