Britney Spears says her new clothing line reflects her personality and only wanted to design clothes she would wear herself.
Britney Spears only wanted to design clothes she would wear herself.
The 'Toxic' singer - who has launched her first fashion line for American label Candie's which will be sold Kohl's department stores - says the outfits she created all reflect her personality and know they are something her fans would be eager to buy.
She told WWD: "I wanted to design clothes that I would wear and my fans would wear. That was the most important thing to me. I wanted to make both daytime casual looks and fun dresses to go out in at night. I met with the design team for Candie's and Kohl's, and we started making sketches and designed a line. I got to approve every single piece in the line. It was really a lot of fun.
"This collection really represents my personal style. I took pieces from my 'Circus' tour and pieces that I wear every day. I love denim, so I made sure to include a lot of jeans. I can't wait for it to come out."
As well as jeans, the range feature leggings, skirts and oversized, slouchy tops.
Britney says she had such fun creating the collection, she is keen to do another one in the near future.
She said: "I had such a blast designing this line and would love to do it again."
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