Julien Macdonald has always dreamed of dressing Beyonce Knowles.

The Welsh designer was thrilled when the 'Run the World (Girls)' hitmaker wore his creations three times in a week, including on the 'Good Morning America' show and admits he is a big fan of the star.

He said: "Creating a look for Beyonce has been a long term dream of mine, as I have been a fan for a very long time.

"I feel incredibly flattered she has chosen my design to represent her on such an international platform."

Julien - a former British Fashion Designer of the year - felt "honoured" to have been chosen to design for the singer and believes his creations showed the best of his brand.

He added to Vogue.com: "Meeting Beyonce to discuss this collaboration, and the whole design process, has been an incredible experience. I'm honoured to have worked with her.

"The fringed knitwear dress which I have created for her reflects the knitwear heritage and very best of the Julien Macdonald brand."

While Julien loved designing for Beyonce, he recently experienced a less star-studded platform for his creations when he returned to Wales to join forces with Jeff Banks to put on a charity fashion event to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Nurses and cancer survivors took to the catwalk along with local celebrities and models.

Julien said: "We've got five local girls lining up alongside celebrities and sportsmen in some glamorous dresses and we are all helping a great cause."