Dannii Minogue has announced she is leaving her fashion label Project D for good in order to focus on her TV career.
Dannii Minogue has confirmed she is leaving her fashion label.
The Australian star announced she will ''no longer be associated with'' Project D after reports first emerged in May that the brand's Spring 2013 collection would be its last.
Dannii told the MailOnline: ''In March 2010 I teamed up with Tabitha Somerset Webb to launch the fashion label Project D. Over the past three years we have launched a clothing line, a fragrance and a watch collection.
''I have now decided to step down from the brand and will no longer be associated with Project D London moving forward.''
The 41-year-old mother-of-one was expected to continue working with Project D in the future, but has revealed she will cut ties with the brand completely in order to focus on her TV career.
She added: ''I have loved being a part of PDL and am proud of what we have achieved. I wish Tabitha all the best with her business and would like to thank every person who supported us in this project.
''I'm currently enjoying being a part of 'Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model', and am looking forward to 'The X Factor Australia' starting soon.''
Dannii's former business partner Tabitha hinted two months ago the break from the line was only temporary, saying: ''It is not moving forward at the moment, but that's not to say it won't do in the future.''
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