Fans of Jesy Nelson may soon be able to share her personalised style as reports abound that she’s about to ink a deal with online fashion giant Pretty Little Thing.
The 29-year-old chart topping star is said to be branching out into new ventures alongside her music career following her shock departure from Little Mix last year.
Jesy has won legions of fans for her style choices as well as her music pipes since first breaking into the public spotlight on The X Factor way back in 2011.
And now it is said she is on the cusp of signing a reported £1 million deal with Pretty Little Thing to design clothes that her fans will be able to snap up.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Jesy has been inundated with lucrative deals from clothing brands all keen to work with her.
“PLT are frontrunners at the moment and Jesy is definitely excited to share her unique fashion sense with fans and celebrate body positivity.
“She’s been open about her confidence struggles and many youngsters look up to her and love her style.”
Mirror Online have approached Pretty Little Thing for comment.
It would not be the first time Jesy has worked with the design company as Little Mix – which includes recently pregnant Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards – worked with the brand back in 2019.
The ladies crafted a one-off party-ready capsule collection at the time, with the ladies modelling their designs in a Parisian photoshoot.
Jesy is gearing up to launch her solo music career following her departure from Little Mix.
Speaking to Cosmopolitain magazine last week, Jesy explained she opted to walk away from the band after suffering a panic attack on the set of the Sweet Melody music video.
She said: “For me that was the pinnacle point. I was like, ‘I need to start taking care of myself now because this isn’t healthy.’ It wasn’t nice for the other three to be around someone who didn’t want to be there. So I took a break.
“For so long I worried about other people and letting people down. The only person I should have been trying to make happy was myself and I wasn’t doing that. I needed to do it for my mental health because I know I would have ended up back where I was five years ago, and that’s scary…”