Kelly Brook has announced her latest fashion collaboration with plus-sized online store, SimplyBe.
Kelly Brook has launched a plus-sized clothing line.
The model-and-actress has announced her latest fashion collaboration which is for curvy women.
Kelly - who already has a lingerie and swimwear range at the high street store New Look - has released The Kelly Brook for SimplyBe collection, starring figure flattering dresses, skirts and jackets.
Featuring 14 pieces, the capsule range will be available from a UK size 10 (US 6) to a UK size 32 (US 30).
Speaking to the MailOnline about her collaboration with the online store, Kelly shared: ''It's been brilliant working with SimplyBe on this collection. I really wanted it to reflect some of the latest trends but also give women the confidence to embrace and show off their assets.
''I've always found it difficult to find clothes that fit my body shape, so this has been a wonderful opportunity to create a range that is all about fitting and accentuating curves! I can't wait to see what people think of it.''
The affordable collection will have pieces available from £35 to £130 and features lots of bold colours and prints.
The CEO of N Brown Group, which owns SimplyBe and its male equivalent Jacamo, has indicated that this collaboration could be the start of many future projects with the gorgeous brunette.
Angela Spindler said: ''Kelly Brook is the perfect fit for Simply Be as she is shining example of somebody who embraces and celebrates her curves.
''She has put huge amounts of energy and passion into designing her collection with our team, ensuring each piece has the vital ingredients necessary to make our customers feel fantastic.
''We're looking forward the continuing success of the brand with Kelly as part of the team.''
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