When you’re a young fashion student, you dream that one day maybe your designs will be heading down the catwalk on the likes of Kate, Gisele or Heidi. What you’re probably not expecting is to have your outfits modelled by a former Pussycat Doll when you’re still in your final year of university.

Middlesex University fashion student Luke Anthony Rooney was celebrating after dressing celebrity Kimberly Wyatt in his glittering designs at the British Summer Time concert in Hyde Park, in front of thousands of festival-goers on Sunday, July 7.

The final year student from Golders Green created four outfits for the former Pussycat Doll and Got to Dance TV star, who performed alongside celebrities such as JLS, The Beach Boys, The Saturdays and Paul Young at the packed concert.

Luke was also on-hand backstage to dress Kimberly and ensure she shone in his designs.

Kimberly showed off three of his creations on stage at the outdoor concert and wore another backstage during filming. His panelled designs had a ‘70s disco feel and ensured Kimberly stood out at the star-studded concert.

“It’s such an honour to design outfits for someone as high profile as Kimberly,“ says Luke, “especially as I am only due to graduate next week! She’s very down to earth and sweet. I’ve really enjoyed the experience and it’s been exciting to have my designs in front of thousands of people so soon after finishing my final year.“

Luke was selected by Kimberly’s stylist after impressing him with his Final Year collection at the Middlesex University fashion show, which Freetime covered at the end of May.

Luke then attended a number of fittings with the star to create the outfits, which had to be suited for a dance performance on stage.

Kimberly’s stylist Lee Lapthorne says: “It was great to produce the end of year Middlesex University fashion show, it is always fun working with new talent. Luke’s collection was ideal for Kimberly’s dance performance, the colours and materials worked so well.“

Luke is the second Middlesex student to have his creations worn by Kimberly, after she wore fashion student Jisselle Pineda’s designs at the premiere of the blockbuster film World War Z at the beginning of June.

Luke hopes to launch his own label in the future.