Stella McCartney has defended her Olympic kit designs after they faced criticism for being 'too blue'.
Speaking to Sky News, the English designer said she was sorry if people were not happy with the clothing but insisted some of the negative press is unfair.
"There's tons of red," McCartney said. "I think I probably made a mistake when it came to styling it on the launch because I kind of just represented a lot more of the blue than the red.
"But you saw yesterday during the men's gymnastics,there is tons of red there but I think I went a bit styling, a bit fashiony on the launch day."
Many commentators have suggested the dominance of the colour blue makes the designs look more Scottish than British.
Olympic cyclist Bradley Wiggins wrote on Twitter: "Just arrived at the Olympics. Got all me kit. Think Stella was a bit Lucy In The Sky when she knocked this one up."
When asked about the post, McCartney laughed and said: "Oh Bradley that's not very nice."
The designer, who collaborated with Adidas, says the clothes combine style with performance and that she hopes the majority of Great Britain are proud of her work.
The daughter of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney has been attending many of the events at London 2012 and admits she cannot take her eyes of her handy work.
"I'm definitely looking at the outfits, I've got to stop actually," she said.
"I was at the swimming when Rebecca [Adlington] won her medal and got to see her on the podium in her kit in real life and I was like "ooo the jacket".
"I think it is the first time women have really been dressed specifically in the games. They normally get the men's gear."