Birmingham news Woman, 21, with £1m wardrobe refuses to step foot in 'gross' Primark MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Saffron Drewitt-Barlow said Primark clothes are "so gross" during a new interview with The Sun
Breaking News ! A 21-year-old with a £1 million designer wardrobe has blasted Primark as "s***" and said she will never shop there. Saffron Drewitt-Barlow said Primark clothes are "so gross" during a new interview with The Sun. She confessed her hatred for shops like Forever 21 and Primark, and said Michael Kors was for people pretending to be rich. Saffron thinks nothing of buying up $50,000 trainers, Chanel dresses or Louis Vuitton bags on a whim. In the blistering interview, the 21-year-old - whose wardrobe costs seven figures - told the publication: “Those sh*t shops, like Forever 21 and Primark, I’d never shop in. “Primark clothes are just so gross, they don’t know how to make them. “I’ve been once with my cousins and it just wasn’t for me, it’s all horrible.
. But she did also admit: "I shop online too and it’s not all high end, I’m into Pretty Little Thing, Boohoo, places like that. They’re cheap but good quality." If you recognise her name, it may be because her parents made headlines in the 1990s.
Tony and Barrie Drewitt-Barlow made history in the late 90s when they became the first gay men in the UK to father children through surrogacy. They were pictured cradling Saffron and her twin Aspen in 1999 in pictures which circulated the country's media outlets. Tony and Barrie, from Essex have since made millions through their surrogate business.
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