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She never goes out of Style! Taylor Swift to launch her first fashion line featuring sweatshirts, dresses and tops (but it's only available in China)
- The 25-year-old is launching her debut clothes range in Shanghai
- The American singer's apparel will be available to buy from August
- Collection is specifically targeted at Chinese shoppers
Published: 15:10 BST, 21 July 2015 | Updated: 18:15 BST, 21 July 2015
Thanks to her collection of floaty summer dresses, pretty mini skirts and statement crop tops, Taylor Swift is never caught looking anything less than fabulous.
Now the 25-year-old American singer is planning to put her style wisdom to good use by launching her first clothing line.
However, fans keen to emulate the Bad Blood hit maker's look may be disappointed to hear that the range of Taylor-approved sweatshirts, dresses and tops will only be available in Shanghai.
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American singer Taylor Swift, pictured in New York in May, is launching her first ever clothes line
The much-hyped collection, which is being made in collaboration with Heritage 66 Company, will be sold through one of the largest e-commerce companies in China, JD.com, in a bid to specifically target Chinese shoppers.
The apparel wear will launch in August ahead of the arrival of Taylor's 1989 tour in the country in November, according to Vogue.
While details and images of the anticipated range, which is targeted at the under-25 age group, has not yet been released, it's predicted to sell out.
The Bad Blood hit maker is famed for wearing trendy jumpsuits, pictured left, and eye-catching patterned shorts, pictured right
It is not yet known whether Taylor, pictured during a concert in Chicago in July, has taken inspiration from her own wardrobe for the designs
It is not known if Taylor, who is dating Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, has looked to her own wardrobe for ideas or whether she has sought inspiration from her stylish model friends such as Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner.
It's a shrewd move for the chart-topper who recently showed her business clout by taking Apple to task regarding royalties.
The announcement comes on the same day that JD.com has opened its virtual US mall - an area of its site where Chinese shoppers can buy products from American brands, safe in the knowledge that they are authentic.
The e-tailer hopes that it will differentiation point between itself and its major online competitor, Alibaba, which has been plagued with allegations of selling counterfeit goods, which it has denied.
Taylor steps out in a pair of black denim dungarees, pictured left, and a floaty pink lace summer dress, pictured right
The songstress, who is dating Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, is never pictured looking anything less than fabulous