Little Mix are set to embark on their tour at the end of the year.
However it looks like theyll be keeping busy with their own solo projects until them.
Thats right, Leigh-Anne Pinnock has proudly announced her new bikini line INASEASHELL, where shes collaborated with her pal Gabrielle Urquhart.
Getting her fans excited for the launch later this month, the star took to Instagram with a picture of three girls wearing the same bikini.
In her caption, the 27-year-old explained how the brand is all about self love, before linking out to its feed.
The singer wrote: So for the past year and a half Ive been working on something very very exciting with my girl @gabriellenikita.
We are so excited to reveal we will be launching our very own swimwear brand called @inaseashell a brand that not only promotes self love but encourages anyone who wears it to feel confident and sexy AF!
Teasing her followers with its release, the Shout Out To My Ex songstress added: So this summer weve got you covered because its launching in April!
So keep your eyes PEELED and your ears OPEN! Its coming.
The official gram for her brand has the same picture the star shared onto her wall, alongside the bio: Like seashells we are beautiful and unique, each with a story to tell.
A source spoke to The Sun newspapers Bizarre column, where they claimed what Leigh-Anne is hoping to achieve with her line.
They told the publication: Leigh loves all things fashion. She started working on her own line of swimwear last summer. The first range features five different designs.
The idea behind it is making women embrace the fact they are beautiful and unique like seashells.
The insider added: It will strive to promote self-love, body confidence and being comfortable in your own skin.
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Just last month it was announce that her fellow bandmate Jesy Nelson was also branching out and will be presenting a new BBC documentary about body image insecurites.
Talking about her new venture, the 27-year-old said: This is a project really close to my heart, and Im delighted to be working with the BBC on a documentary that will both challenge me personally and also highlight a hugelRead More – Source