By Katie Nicholl and Louise Hannah As the daughter of a world-famous multi-millionaire, it would be safe to assume that Peaches Geldof is able to buy all the designer clothes she could possibly need. So when a collection of high-fashion clothes and expensive accessories went missing after a magazine shoot Peaches had starred in - and she claimed they had been stolen - the designers who provided them were furious to find out she had kept them for herself. The items included a new season Chanel handbag worth £1,500, a crystal-encrusted Chanel belt worth £850 and two jumpers and a jacket from top design house Luella, worth £2,000. The incident comes just weeks after the precocious 17-year-old daughter of Sir Bob Geldof was questioned by security staff when she set off alarms by walking out of a shop wearing a coat with the security tag still in it. And now she is getting a label she may not be so keen on - as someone who is not to be trusted. A source said: "Peaches should be careful, she's getting a real reputation for herself. Fashion stylists are warning each other not to lend clothes to her or risk never seeing them again." According to sources on the shoot, which was for the April edition of trendy style magazine i-D, Peaches was asked to model £6,000 worth of clothes and accessories from Chanel, Miu Miu and Luella. She told the fashion team they were exactly her style and she especially liked the black Chanel belt, the handbag - in this season's must-have patent beige - and the jumpers and jacket from Luella's new spring collection. When the shoot was finished, Peaches, who is forging a career as a TV presenter and writer, was asked to return all the items the following day to the stylist. The next day, she called the magazine and said they had all been stolen. But four days later, Peaches was photographed in London wearing the very same clothes she claimed she had lost. Designer Luella Bartley and i-D magazine contacted Peaches' management demanding the clothes be returned immediately. Peaches did hand some of them back - but kept her favourite pieces. "We couldn't believe it," the source said . "Peaches repeatedly told us how guilty she felt that the clothes had been stolen, when all along she had kept them for herself. "It's unusual for a model to be left with the clothes after a shoot but the stylist on the job had to leave early. "After the shoot, Peaches called the stylist to explain that unfortunately she had lost the clothes. She said she had gone to the toilet and when she came back the clothes had gone. "The stylist was suspicious because it seemed not all of the clothes had been taken - just the items that Peaches had said were her favourites. "The collection also included a beautiful black jumper with a glass bumble bee on it, a black and white flying jacket and a stripy polo-neck jumper with ten badges with the word 'geek' written on them. "The bumble-bee jumper is a show piece and costs £1,000 while the flying jacket was worth more than £500. "In the end, Peaches sent back the stripy polo-neck but with about eight of the badges missing, the buttons hanging off and lipstick smeared down the side of it. "If Peaches doesn't return the other items, Luella Bartley will invoice her for the cost of the clothes." A spokesman for i-D magazine later insisted that the clothes had been returned and told The Mail on Sunday: "Yes, we are aware clothes went missing but as far as I'm aware the situation has been resolved." A friend of Peaches also insisted that the clothes had now been returned and said: "Peaches thought that keeping a couple was a perk of doing a fashion shoot. "She was of the opinion that clothes from shoots go missing all the time, but she has returned them now." Peaches was embarrassed in October when she was questioned by security staff at High Street store Urban Outfitters after she walked out wearing a coat that still had the security tag in it. She claimed that she had paid for the coat and that the shop assistant had forgotten to remove the security tag. Sources at the store insisted the coat had not been paid for and Peaches was unable to provide a receipt. The police were not called and Peaches reached an agreement with the store manager over payment. Sir Bob declined to comment.