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Delevingne, Beckham, McQueen up for British fashion awards

| Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Cara Delevingne, the model whose face seems to be everywhere, will compete with Edie Campbell and Sam Rollinson as this year's British Model of the Year.

They were among the nominees announced Oct. 29 by the British Fashion Council for its annual awards.

Victoria Beckham is up for favorite brand and red-carpet designer. Also nominated for red-carpet designer are Antonio Berardi and Erdem. The other nominated brands are Burberry and Alexander McQueen.

Marc Jacobs, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons of Dior are competing for top international designer, a new prize.

More than 300 industry insiders choose the winners, who will be announced Dec. 2 at a ceremony at the London Coliseum.

Details: www.britishfashionawards.com

Samantha Critchell is the AP Fashion Writer.

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