Lily Allen and her new treasure chest
After opening a vintage store, it was only a matter of time before Lily Allen created her own range of clothes.
The singer-turned-designer unveiled a capsule collection featuring 18 retro pieces including sexy jumpsuits and floaty maxi-dresses.
The line, called 'Treasure Chest', will go on sale with prices start from £140.
Lily has been cementing her career in fashion ever since her collaboration with New Look in 2007.
Since then she has gone from Chanel muse to entrepreneur.
Lily designed the new range with half-sister Sarah Owens after launching Covent Garden boutique Lucy in Disguise eight months ago.
She told Vogue: 'After we'd launched the shop, I think we both felt that we wanted to create vintage styles with more contemporary, clean lines.
'Sometimes with vintage clothes the femininity can get lost - the market didn't feel quite perfect, so that's what we've worked on.
'I've always been into vintage - before I became a pop star it was all I ever wore.'
And it seems Allen shows no signs of slowing down, revealing her line is the first of many.
She said:' We're now working on collection four.
'This line is all about Lucy in Disguise the character - it's very eclectic. The next few collections become more concentrated and more based on set themes with clear hero pieces.
'Each piece really stands on its own.'
Life seems good for Lily, 26, at the moment, who is also getting married in three weeks, in a Chanel dress.
The singer celebrated her hen at Claridges' hotel.
She and her fiance Sam Cooper, 32, will marry on June 11 at St James the Great Church in Cranham, Gloucestershire.