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'Dad and I are very, very similar... My mum often says she can't take the two of us together for long. She calls us the gruesome twosome.' She told Grazia magazine.

'There are good things and bad things about working in the family business. With Made in Chelsea, at least I can say I've done something on my own.' She added.

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Booster: A pair of platforms worn by Chloe to London Fashion Week

Using her initials as inspiration the footwear line will be called CG and will feature green soles in keeping with the family name - a brave take on the coveted red soles from French designer Christian Louboutin.

Chloe revealed that she sometimes feels overshadowed by her family's success and that her design aspirations and TV debut are an opportunity for her to make a name for herself.

Towering ambition: Chloe Green wearing sky-high Louboutins at the Topshop opening in Chicago with her father Sir Philip Green and Miley Cyrus, who at 5' 4'' still towers above the Greens

As the only daughter of Topshop mogul Sir Philip Green she's used to mingling with the likes of Anna Wintour and Kate Moss and bagging front row tickets to the most exclusive runway shows.

Chloe has made her business intentions clear and keen to get a firm grasp of the family empire enrolled as a fashion intern at the Arcadia group last year, which includes brands Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Burton, Evans, Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and BHS.

By Sadie Whitelocks Updated: 08:18, 21 September 2011

But it appears that it has not always been easy for the Chelsea-based designer.

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With her loyalty residing with the Topshop label Chloe has made a speedy rise through the ranks, despite her father stating that she would be starting at the bottom of the business before working her way up.

The CG shoe collection is expected to go on sale next year joining a number of other established brands available at Topshop including Kurt Geiger and Faith.


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Chloe, who recently joined the cast of E4's Made In Chelsea and is currently dating series star and aspiring model Ollie Locke, 24, has confirmed that she will be launching her shoe range premiering in Topshop as a concession next summer.

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Known for wearing sky-high heels to add inches to her pint-sized frame Chloe has ensured that all of the designs - that are expected to retail between £80 and £210 - have generous platforms.

So it comes as no surprise that Chloe Green, 20, is following in her father's footsteps, using her business nous to pursue a career in fashion.

Her father also started his high-flying career in the shoe business getting a £20-a-week job with a shoe importer on Old Street, London after leaving school at 15.