Betsy-Blue English; blogger, app owner, musician, TV star,
actress and model has added yet another jack to her trade at
only 20 years old – a fashion designer and owner of her very
own clothing site. After the success of her fashion blog, it was only natural to create a clothing collection.
After a busy 2 years becoming an X Factor star, being known as the first ever fashion blogger to create an app for her blog, filming for TV channels such as E4 and upcoming British movies, doing campaigns for brands such as Tresemmé and SO on, Betsy-Blue has still had time to achieve her dreams of creating a clothing range filled with sassy slogans, chic shift dresses and lace up jumpsuits of dreams! The line is aimed at girls of all ages and also features gym wear, handbags and outerwear. The site and collection is to be launched on the 8th December 2016 and all Betsy-Blue’s items are named after inspirational and iconic women. Betsy-Blue is passionate about female empowerment – “it’s all about making other girls feel good about themselves, I want them to wear my clothes and feel amazing – that’s my ultimate goal for my clothing collection”.
Not only did Betsy-Blue design her pieces but she also directed her first campaign shoot. The campaign for this first collection is Western themed and was photographed by Tomo Kembery on a Western film set outside of London. Films such as ‘Finding Neverland’ with Johnny Depp had also been filmed there. Visit www.betsybluefashion.com to also check out the LOOKBOOK for the collection.
Expect new items to be uploaded weekly on www.betsybluefashion.com. Keep up to date with Betsy-Blue Fashion on Instagram: @betsybluefashion
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