Adele Helping Design New Fashion Line For Burberry?
17 September 2012, 12:50 | Updated: 17 September 2012, 12:53
The 'Someone Like You' star has apparently been lined up to assist the British company in a consultative role.
Adele is apparently working with British fashion designers Burberry to help create a new line.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' star is said to have spent time with the company ever since chief executive Christopher Bailey wrote a personal letter to the singer inviting her to his studio at the start of the year.
The view is for the 'Set Fire To The Rain' star to team up with her stylist Gaelle Paul to create "bespoke designs that reflect her position as an ambassador for stylish, curvy women," reports the Daily Mail.
"Adele has always had an interest in fashion and Christopher is keen to get her involved because she knows exactly what suits her and likes to be involved in the creative process," an insider told the publication.
The source continued: "He invited her to come to the studio with Gaelle Paul and together they collaborated on creating dresses for the awards season with her."
Adele wowed on the red carpet of the Grammys and BRIT Awards earlier this year and the collaboration looks set to inspire a new relationship between the singer and the fashion company.
You can view a picture of Adele at the Grammy Awards this year below:
"Adele was hands-on with her dress for the Brits, and she did the same for her gown at the Grammys," added the source. "There could well be a plus-size collaboration in the future."
Christopher Bailey apparently also wants to get the signer on board for a new Burberry acoustic project aiming at showcasing young British talent.
Publicists from the company and Adele have declined to comment on any of the details stating it is a "private matter" and one they wish to keep under wraps.
Meanwhile, Adele is currently preparing for the birth of her first child with boyfriend Simon Konecki and is strongly rumoured to have penned the theme tune to the upcoming James Bond movie Skyfall.