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UPDATED OCTOBER 9: A 1958 Ariel Cyclone bought by ‘50s rock and roll legend Buddy Holly just six months before he died and belonging to good friend Waylon Jennings has been sold at a Guernsey auction in Phoenix, Arizona, for $US450,000.

The story behind the bike is just as interesting. It seems Buddy and his band, The Crickets, were big fans of Marlon Brando in The Wild One and   decided one day, on the spur of the moment, to buy motorcycles to ride the 350 miles (563km) from Dallas home to Lubbock.

Waylon says they first went to a Harley-Davidson shop, but were dismissed as “bums” who couldn’t afford the payments, so they went to Miller’s Motorcycles who specialised in English bikes.   Two of the band bought Triumphs (a TR6 and a Thunderbird) and Buddy bought the Ariel with a high-compression 650cc Hunstmaster engine.

The Duchess of Cambridge is partial to a spotty number, meanwhile Oscar-tipped Aussie, Margot Robbie slays it in stripes. So what do YOU prefer?

For the first time ever, Rochelle Humes is pitting two top trends against one another - so who will be victorious in our fashion face-off?

With luscious longer lashes having always been a celeb must-have, 2018 is tipped to be the year that record numbers of women will also buy into the full-on flutter trend.

The 35-year-old - whose photographs usually go down extremely well with her 1.3 million followers - told her fans Belle was getting ready to go to the farm, while Blue was busy posing up a storm on the white carpet in New York .

She posted a collage, alongside the caption: "Blue Ivy going to the VMA's... Belle going to a birthday party at the farm! #giuseppezanotti @giuseppezanottidesign"

One person said: "How much!!!!!!!! Ooof," as another shared: "I'm going to unfollow you! Thought you had better breeding then this!"

Please make sure that Javascript and cookies are enabled on your browser and that you are not blocking them from loading.

UPDATED OCTOBER 9: A 1958 Ariel Cyclone bought by ‘50s rock and roll legend Buddy Holly just six months before he died and belonging to good friend Waylon Jennings has been sold at a Guernsey auction in Phoenix, Arizona, for $US450,000.

The story behind the bike is just as interesting. It seems Buddy and his band, The Crickets, were big fans of Marlon Brando in The Wild One and   decided one day, on the spur of the moment, to buy motorcycles to ride the 350 miles (563km) from Dallas home to Lubbock.

Waylon says they first went to a Harley-Davidson shop, but were dismissed as “bums” who couldn’t afford the payments, so they went to Miller’s Motorcycles who specialised in English bikes.   Two of the band bought Triumphs (a TR6 and a Thunderbird) and Buddy bought the Ariel with a high-compression 650cc Hunstmaster engine.

The Duchess of Cambridge is partial to a spotty number, meanwhile Oscar-tipped Aussie, Margot Robbie slays it in stripes. So what do YOU prefer?

For the first time ever, Rochelle Humes is pitting two top trends against one another - so who will be victorious in our fashion face-off?

With luscious longer lashes having always been a celeb must-have, 2018 is tipped to be the year that record numbers of women will also buy into the full-on flutter trend.

Please make sure that Javascript and cookies are enabled on your browser and that you are not blocking them from loading.

Please make sure that Javascript and cookies are enabled on your browser and that you are not blocking them from loading.

UPDATED OCTOBER 9: A 1958 Ariel Cyclone bought by ‘50s rock and roll legend Buddy Holly just six months before he died and belonging to good friend Waylon Jennings has been sold at a Guernsey auction in Phoenix, Arizona, for $US450,000.

The story behind the bike is just as interesting. It seems Buddy and his band, The Crickets, were big fans of Marlon Brando in The Wild One and   decided one day, on the spur of the moment, to buy motorcycles to ride the 350 miles (563km) from Dallas home to Lubbock.

Waylon says they first went to a Harley-Davidson shop, but were dismissed as “bums” who couldn’t afford the payments, so they went to Miller’s Motorcycles who specialised in English bikes.   Two of the band bought Triumphs (a TR6 and a Thunderbird) and Buddy bought the Ariel with a high-compression 650cc Hunstmaster engine.

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