Forget celebrities like Hugh Jackman, Miranda Kerr and Margot Robbie – it’s Australia’s fashionable finds that Giuliana Rancic can’t get enough of.

Which is why she’s returning to the land Down Under for round two as Westfield’s fashion ambassador.
And this time she’s bringing her best accessory.

Following on from her successful visit in April, Giuliana will share her style tips, tricks and trends for the Spring/Summer 2014 season with her handsome husband Bill Rancic by her side.

Late last month, the E! News host and fashion commentator featured in Westfield’s #MostHunted campaign, where she led some of the country’s most coveted style stars in a salute to a Duran Duran classic.

Talking to Daily Mail Australia, Giuliana said it was impossible not to have fun filming the campaign: ‘It’s such a great song and such a classic. We had to dance for a while to get those shots.’

Rocking out to the 1982 classic, Hungry Like The Wolf, the American proved she’s got the moves: ‘I probably danced to it about eight times and every time was better – it would pump me up every time!’

Also on her radar are leather shorts that can be paired with a masculine blazer and a moto jacket.

As for what she likes to see on her dapper husband Bill, Giuliana has inherited for master tailor father’s taste for smart dressing.

‘Personally I think he looks super sexy in a suit,’ she said.

‘I think a crisp pair of fitted khaki pants with a nice button down shirt – something very manly and sophisticated with a pair of designer shoes.’

Giuliana is known for her love of Australian designers, walking both the Oscar and Grammy red carpets this year in gowns by Paolo Sebastian and Alex Perry, and shopping up a storm during her visit in April.

‘I get in a lot of trouble there (Australia). Last time I spent way too much money at Willow. But I love it. I get very good use out of my pieces!’

‘I also love Sass and Bide which I wore in the #MostHunted video. I love Zimmermann as well. Dion Lee is super cool and Carla Zampatti. I love Australian designers!’