Pixie unveils her first fashion collection and meets her fans

PUBLISHED: 10:56 06 May 2010 | UPDATED: 11:45 12 August 2010

POP sensation Pixie Lott may have only been famous for a year but she has already launched her own clothing range.

POP sensation Pixie Lott may have only been famous for a year but she has already launched her own clothing range.

The singer/songwriter, who went straight to No. 1 with debut single Mama Do in June 2009, has teamed-up with high street store Lipsy to release a range of styles.

The Bromley-born 19-year-old, who grew up in Oldfield Road, Bickley, unveiled her summer clothes at Bluewater shopping centre and is delighted to be showing off her latest hits.

Introducing the Pixie Festival and Pixie Party ranges, she said: "The collection is very me and that's why it was great to do the two looks as I love festivals and I love going out.

"It's good for people looking for something to wear over the summer and for the weekends.

"I also love accessories, so we had fun with scarves and hats and I took a creative role in the way I looked."

Hundreds of fans queued to meet their idol, who stayed for two hours signing autographs on Wednesday, before heading into London to celebrate with celebrity pals including Jamelia and Ali Bastian.

The new spring and summer collection is on sale now and will be followed by an autumn/winter range later this year.

Aimed at her young fans, outfits and accessories will sell at an affordable £25 to £75.

She added: "As a kid I used to come to Bluewater with my friends, so to be here showing off my own range of clothes is a dream come true."

Pixie Lott has a busy summer schedule, with confirmed performances at several festivals and gigs, including T4 on the Beach and Radio 1's Big Weekend.

She has also been working with American stars Jason Derulo and Joe Jonas for her upcoming second album in a bid to break the difficult US market.

Fan Ellie Harris, 14, from Joyden's Wood Road, Dartford, said: "Meeting Pixie was amazing and so exciting. I can't believe I was stood talking to her.

"My friends are very jealous that I got to meet her.

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