Teyana Taylor Partners With PrettyLittleThing for New Collection

Teyana Taylor is all about her coin, especially if it involves ’90s aesthetic. The gold-selling superstar, who is the newly appointed creative director of PrettyLittleThing, has debuted an exclusive line of women’s couture and streetwear inspired by the golden era of hip-hop and R&B.

The vintage capsule, described as an extension of her signature style, was designed by Taylor herself. It consists of utility jackets and joggers, bodycon dresses, jumpsuits, and more. 

“Being the Creative Director of PrettyLittleThing is very exciting,” shared Taylor with BET Style. “It is a lot that I want to do, and there are some changes that I want to make to better the company. I am a very hands-on person, and when I’m invested in something, I want to know everything.”

Whether you’re in the mood for sexy and comfortable or edgy and sleek, the multi-style, size-inclusive line is one to have heads turning. Check out what Taylor’s line is giving in the video ad below and on PLT’s official website

Taylor’s new clothing collection isn’t the only thing bringing in the dollars these days. At the top year, she announced that The Aunties is now handling business as a full-service company. It will assist talent with a wide range of premier services, including production, dance, recording and much more.  

On the music tip, Taylor’s The Album was placed on Rated R&B’s 30 best R&B albums of 2020 list for being her “most vigorous efforts to date.”

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