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Model Poppy Delevigne shares her love of Vienna

British model and It girl Poppy Delevigne has shared her love of Vienna with her online followers after she came to the city on Thursday for this year's Vienna Fashion Night.

Twenty-seven-year-old Delevigne was the guest star at the fourth Vienna Fashion Night held this week in the capital. The newly wed Poppy wore a black and floral satin dress, nude Jimmy Choos and red lipstick to the upmarket event.

Later on, she shared some snaps taking in the city on her instagram account, including one of her relaxing on the balcony of her room in the capital's new Park Hyatt Vienna hotel. With the photo she wrote "Big bay windows in beautiful Vienna".

She also shared a photo of Vienna's dramatic evening sky, along with the message '#ViennaFashionNight Thank you for having me...'.

Vienna Fashion Night was an evening of luxury fashion where numerous shops in the city open their doors in the evening from 19:00 to 22:00 and offer limited edition pieces, discounts and goodies.

A fashion catwalk show also takes place as part of the yearly event, featuring fashion pioneers such as Jil Sander, Versace Versus, Barbara Bui, as well as also local designers such as GON and Lena Hoschek.

The highlight of this year's fashion show was a collection from top British designer Vivienne Westwood.

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