[12:20] British singer Charli XCX performs on NBC's 'Today' show
British singer Charli XCX performs on NBC's 'Today' show in New York, June 5, 2015. Reuters/Brendan McDermid

British singer Charli XCX has collaborated with global online retailer BooHoo to design her clothing line. She will make a foray into designing with a holiday capsule collection which will launch in fall. The 23-year-old is all set to design three collections for the retailer.

This is the first time that the chart-topping singer has dabbled with fashion designing. The 20-piece capsule collection is inspired by the “1990s flirty dresses, knits, matching sets and more, which is reflected in her on-and off-stage style, and it will also feature a selection of curated accessories,” Vogue UK reported. Some expected accessories include bold backpacks, wide-brim hats and platform shoes. Everything will be priced below $100.

“I had so much fun designing pieces for boohoo.com’s holiday collection. I can’t wait to get it out there and to wear it myself,” the pop punk singer said in a statement. She added that the collection is fun, bold and electrifying, and hoped everyone would love it.

She took to Instagram and shared her excitement for the upcoming collection with her followers. No official images from the line have been released yet. The 20-piece collection officially launches on Oct. 26 at Boohoo.com. The punk princess is loved for her rock and roll edgy fashion sense and has emerged as a style star.

Boohoo’s CEOs Carol Kane and Mahmud Kamani spoke in a statement about the collaboration. “We are thrilled to be collaborating with Charli XCX and to be the first fashion brand to work with her in this way,” she said. They added that their customers love her music and her style, and hence she was a perfect fit for the brand.

They further added that the synergy between music and fashion is very strong and they were excited to be able to help further bridge this gap and bring some amazing fashion to their customers at very affordable prices. The duo said that the singer would be designing the collection and they would be sharing their fashion experience and expertise with her to develop a range that fans and customers will love.

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