Jourdan Dunn stars on the cover of February Vogue / VOGUE

The British model is branching out with a line of clothing.

Jourdan Dunn has revealed plans to launch a line of clothing for children and young adults.

Rather than go down the collaboration route like fellow model Kate Moss who teamed up with Topshop, Dunn is going it alone and launching a new venture.

Storm model management, who represents Dunn confirmed yesterday that the model has signed a licensing deal with Fluid World who are best known for their work with the Hello Kitty brand.


Aimed at children and teenagers, the range will be an extensive collection of fashion and accessories with a more premium design element.

“I love kid’s clothes and have been obsessed with them ever since my son was born. Through my career in fashion I have come to love and respect great design, and as a mum I also expect great quality and value for money, as well as the coolest clothes for my son Riley. I am thrilled to be working with Fluid World, and I am looking forward to developing my own collection and turning my ideas into reality.” Dunn commented.

The 24 year old model is one of the biggest names in British modelling, with countless catwalk appearances, editorial shoots, and campaigns under her belt including Maybelline New York which she became the face of last year.

Earlier this year she became the first solo black model to star on the cover of British Vogue in 12 years.