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Jourdan Dunn's collection with Missguided will be unveiled next month

Jourdan Dunn's collection with Missguided will be unveiled next month

Jourdan Dunn's collection with Missguided will be unveiled next month.

The 26-year-old model has teamed up with the popular online fashion house to design a new collection titled LONDUNN x MISSGUIDED, and the brunette beauty has revealed her line will launch online and in store on March 11.

Alongside a picture of the catwalk icon's campaign spread across a large billboard, which was shared on her Instagram account, she wrote: "LONDUNN inna LONDON! Londunn Missguided

11.03.17

#londunnxmissguided (sic)."

And the brand have also confirmed the release date on their social media page.

Alongside an advert of the fashion mogul sporting a black bralette and white jacket, which they uploaded to their photo sharing site, they wrote: "COMING SOON #LONDUNNxMISSGUIDED by @jourdandunn 11.03.17 #missguided#jourdandunn (sic)."

Jourdan - who has seven-year-old son Riley Dunn - teased she was working on a new project with Missguided earlier this month with a behind-the-scenes picture of her on the photoshoot.

She captioned a picture of her wearing a two piece underwear set, which had her the title of her capsule emblazoned across the elastic waistline of the bra and knicker set: "LONDUNNxMISSGUIDED #bts #sooncome (sic)".

And the label are "super excited" they have been able to collaborate with "mega babe" Jourdan on the new collection.

Speaking previously, they wrote: "We're super excited to be working with this mega babe for LONDUNN + MISSGUIDED by @jourdandunn COMING SOON #londunnxmissguided #jourdandunn#missguided (sic)."

And the entrepreneur - who has previously launched a childrenswear range with Marks and Spencer Lil LonDunn by Jourdan Dunn last year - is desperate to see more "girls of colour" in the fashion industry.

Speaking previously, she said: "There are definitely a lot more girls of colour being represented. But I also feel like we're 100 per cent still not there. I want to see us get to a place where seeing a black girl, anywhere, is not such a big deal. Why can't it just be the norm to see black models in campaigns and on covers and runways? It's still too much of a big thing when this happens."