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For all of our high-end plus size beauties out there this will come as exciting news! It looks like Adele may be collaborating with luxury brand Burberry to create a high fashion line of plus size clothing. Here’s a excerpt from the New York Daily discussing the rumours:

The 24 year-old singer is rumored to be collaborating with the 156 year-old British brand on a plus-sized collection, reports VogueUK. The voluptuous chanteuse, now pregnant with her first child, has yet to confirm or deny the rumors. Reps for the tony brand have yet to respond to the News’ query for confirmation. Adele has been one of the few curvy ladies able to wear the brand’s tartans and plaids — in the U.S., sizes for apparel tend to stop at an XL or a size 14. Head designer Christopher Bailey created looks for Adele for the 2011 Brit Awards and MTV Video Music Awards. Burberry has tended to stick with British beauties of the slender variety for its advertising campaigns. Past faces and bodies for the brand have included models such as Kate Moss, Agyness Deyn, Jourdan Dunn, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and the actress Emma Watson.

Read the full article here.

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