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4 September 2012, 12:35
The 'Live It Up' singer's collection will feature "colourful statement fabrics" when it's release next month.
Tulisa Contostavlos has announced plans to launch her own fashion range called TFB.
The collection, which will be released exclusively at BANK fashion stores in October, takes its influences from the N-Dubz star's own style.
The clothing line will feature "colourful statement fabrics, edgy detailing and luxe materials" and has been put together over a series of months by Tulisa and her personal stylist Gemma Sheppard.
In a statement, Tulisa said: "In the past I wasn't that interested in fashion, but being on The X Factor has made me become much more aware of own my personal style.
"To me, fashion is about having fun and experimenting and wearing what makes you feel good.
"Girls often ask me where I get my clothes so I thought I'd create my own collection, something that's fun, feminine, full of attitude and that reflects my personality."
A full advertising campaign for Tulisa's TFB collection will appear on billboards around the country in the come weeks.
Meanwhile, in a new interview with Look magazine, Tulisa has revealed that men are "scared" of her making it difficult to find the right man.