Kelly Osbourne is busy creating an inclusive fashion range which will flatter women of every size, with no price mark-ups for plus-sized garments.
Kelly Osbourne is designing an inclusive clothing line for all body types.
The 28-year-old star - who has recently been flaunting a curvier figure - is hoping her new fashion range will appeal to a wide range of women and is determined to keep prices for all sizes equal.
She told People.com: ''First thing I want to make very clear: I'm not just doing a plus-size line. I'm doing a line for every girl that goes past a (American) size 10.
''In my research, I've found that the prices go up after size 10 and that really hurts my heart - it's not fair! So with my line, the (American) size 2 will be the same price as the (American) size 24.''
The 'Fashion Police' co-host is also planning to include lots of crop tops her new collection, a style which her famous father Ozzy Osbourne is surprisingly a fan of.
She said: ''I'm always in crop tops. I love them. In fact, the funniest Tweet I've ever received was from my father after I posted a pic of myself wearing a crop top. He said, 'I love that shirt! Can you get me that shirt?' and I was like 'No, Dad! It's a crop top!'''
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