Jameela Jamil unveils 'unapologetically glamorous' new collection of festival-inspired looks for women sized 10 to 32
- TV presenter Jameela Jamil has launched a 14-piece line with Simply Be
- The 30-year-old said the range is 'unapologetically glamorous'
- Priced from £30 for a denim 'skort' to £70 for a layered midi dress
Former TV presenter and model Jameela Jamil has designed a new clothing line that she hopes will be 'a positive, inclusive experience for all'.
Aimed at festival goers, the 30-year-old has taken inspiration from her own signature grunge style for the 14-piece collection with the retailer.
According to London-born Jameela the 'collection is unapologetically glamorous and designed to be worn with confidence' for women wearing size 10 up to size 32.
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Jameela Jamil models the £55 star print navy maxi dress, £55 above, inspired by 90s grunge fashion
Jameela models her own clothes including the mesh crossover dress, with a net overlay, £70
This is the second collection the Brit beauty has created with the brand, after her first 'burger-friendly' collection in October 2015.
Jameela said: 'I was so overwhelmed by the amazing response I had from thousands of women saying they felt beautiful in my first collection, I wanted to design more clothes they could love themselves in.
'These are the pieces I would want in my own wardrobe; styles to make every inch of you feel gorgeous.'
Jameela smoulders in a £35 print jacket and matching shorts, £45, in her Simply Be range
This is the second collection the Brit beauty, wearing a £30 floral printed shrug and an elasticated waist denim skort, also £30, has created with the brand, after her first 'burger-friendly' range in October 2015
The outspoken model, left, in £50 floral printed dress, told FEMAIL in October: 'The concept of plus-size is so derogatory and weird.' Right, Jameela models her £45 oversized denim dress with two large front pockets
The out-spoken model told FEMAIL in October: 'The concept of plus-size is so derogatory and weird. What does that mean? Plus the normal size? It shouldn't exist any more.'
The collection for spring/summer 2016 has been designed to suit all women of varying shapes and sizes.
Jameela's festival dressing has played a part in informing her designs. She is a regular at V Festival, Wireless and LoveBox Festival.
A stand-out piece of the collection is the star print navy maxi dress, £55, with short sleeves, a low scoop neckline and a racy thigh split that can be adjusted with buttons on front of the dress.
Jameela attends the Gyunel show during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016/17 on September 20, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)
Jameela's festival dressing has played a part in informing her designs. She is a regular at V Festival, Wireless and LoveBox Festival. Left, the stylist star at Wireless Festival held at Hyde Park in July 2011
Styles also include relaxed tailored separates and sophisticated event dresses, such as the Sixties-style mesh crossover dress, £70, with a net overlay, and a £50 floral printed dress with a fitted waist, mesh sleeves and a deep scoop neck.
The fashion-forward collection also includes a £45 oversized denim dress with two large front pockets, which the star says can be styled three ways - with a white T-shirt, a polo neck jumper, or worn alone.
There is also a printed shrug with a poppy print a three-quarter sleeves, which is made to hang flatteringly around your waistline for £30, and a denim skort, which Jameela says is a modern update to classic festival shorts, also selling for £30.
Prices start from £30 for a denim skort to £70 for a layered midi dress. The average selling price is£45.
The collection will available online at www.simplybe.co.uk from April 11
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