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Who wore this "bra top" at the Fire & Ice Gala better? Audrina Patridge (left) or actress Mischa Barton (right) ? A few more pics of these two at the charity event from different angles here.
Mischa Barton no longer counts calories.
The 26-year-old actress has seen her weight fluctuate in the past but she has now found her perfect size - a UK size 10 - and has told friends it's a relief not to be on a constant diet.
A source told heat magazine: "Mischa's grown tired of doing extreme fasts and cleanses to try and drop weight quickly and then putting it all back on. She's healthier than ever, following a vegan eating plan - but she's not calorie counting.
"Mischa's been through the wringer with her body. Her weight has massively fluctuated over the years, after falling off and on the diet wagon, but now she's giving herself a break."
Last year, Mischa has said she was pleased with how she looks, saying: "I'm proud of my body. I eat healthily and sometimes I pig out. But I exercise regularly.
"Everybody has things that they are conscious of. I talk about this with my girlfriends all the time. We work out and we eat healthy and we do what we do. I feel very comfortable. You are what you are as a woman."
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Mischa Barton launched her first London boutique yesterday.
The 26-year-old actress - who has her own bag collection - opened up her store in Spitalfields Market, east London, and she has designed all the clothing and cosmetics collections herself.
She told vogue.co.uk: "It's nice that everything now has a home, a hub. The brand was born in London, so I wanted [the store] to start here. Spitalfields Market is a perfect fit, because even though it's East, it's still very contained. The stores are really beautiful and old, and there are some really interesting brands here. It's a good place to start. Also, now it's super hip."
Mischa says she based a lot of the clothes on her own personal style but wants the collection to appeal to everybody.
She said: "There are some very young pieces, some more sophisticated, mature pieces, and also some quirky stuff that's more like my wardrobe. There are plenty of pieces for people who don't just want to dress like Mischa."
Prices range between £25 and £250 and the store officially opens on Saturday.