Sarah Jessica Parker considers her Chanel jacket to be a "prize possession".
The 'Sex and the City' actress - who is regarded as one of the world's most stylish women - is a huge fan of the French fashion house and was thrilled when she finally got her hands on one of their famed black coats.
She said: "The Chanel jacket is certainly something you think about, and maybe one day you are fortunate enough to own it, you relish it. I now own one and, among some other things in my life, I consider it a prize possession. I feel very lucky."
The mother-of-three says she tries to wear her jacket as much as she can as it goes with everything.
She told Britain's Grazia magazine: "It depends on your life, but I wear mine to take the children to school, to go to the marketÖ You throw it on over a little black dress and then it feels fancy and important. But it is as easy to feel casual or glamorous in it."
Olly Murs is "scared" he's missed his chance of finding love.
The 'Oh My Goodness' hitmaker insists he is happy being single but is also concerned his devotion to his work means he will never find a girlfriend.
He told more! magazine: "I'm happy being single at the moment. It's much easier. Ladies confuse everything.
"But if it was the right girl it'd be a different story. I'm just worried I work too hard. I'm scared any opportunities for love have passed me by."
Despite his fears, Olly was particularly taken with Parisian women on a recent trip to France.
He said: "I've just got back from Paris. It's full of hot girls!
"They're really fit. I've never fallen in love so many times just walking down the street."
The 27-year-old singer is preparing to undertake a stint in America supporting One Direction on tour and is looking forward to showcasing his talents to a new audience.
He said: "I don't want to change the way I am, I just want to go and be myself like I have been in the UK. It's a great opportunity."
The Wanted hope to be "as big as The Beatles".
The British group - who recently performed a huge US tour and saw their single 'Glad You Came' reach number three in the US Billboard chart - are delighted with their Stateside success and hope to build on it to increase their popularity around the world.
Jay McGuiness told Closer magazine: "We want to become a huge global act and be able to go to every country and sell out a gig. In all honesty, we want to be as big as The Beatles.
The success of the group - also comprising Max George, Tom Parker, Nathan Sykes and Siva Kaneswaran - in America comes at a time when fellow British act One Direction have also enjoyed Stateside success but Jay insists they don't view them as rivals and is pleased for them.
He added: "The Wanted and One Direction are in two different arenas.
One Direction are smashing the teen magazines and doing the Justin Bieber kind of thing.
"I'm glad they're doing so well because I've met them and think they're really nice. But we swear in interviews and don't have their cute little faces, so a lot of the teenage magazines tend to avoid us.
Our music gets played in the clubs and on the radio, so we have very different audiences."