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Friday 27 February 2015

Ashley Roberts’ designer dreams

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 09:  Ashley Roberts attends the TV Choice Awards 2013 at The Dorchester on September 9, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)
Ashley Roberts

Ashley Roberts would like to have her own clothing line.

The former Pussycat Doll has teamed up with Key Fashion on a line of pretty dresses.

While she's largely known for her dancing and singing skills, Ashley wants to delve deeper into the world of fashion.

"I would definitely like to do my very own collection one day and have full input," she told the British edition of OK! magazine.

"I love Alexander Wang, Gwen Stefani's line L.A.M.B is fun, I bought a pair of shoes from Rachel Zoe and I love Opening Ceremony. I'm so excited about this Key Collection, though!"

Ashley, 32, is known for her great sense of style and always stuns on the red carpet.

The way she dresses for an evening out varies according to many factors.

"It depends first of all what the event is, who's going to be there and the general vibe," she explained.

"It's usually about wearing something you feel confident in. I tend to choose something glam but edgy. I also like to rock a bright colour or some good leather."

As part of The Pussycat Dolls, Ashley often wore coordinating skimpy outfits with her bandmates.

Since the band broke up in 2010, the star has had far more freedom with her look.

"It was exciting because I actually just got to be myself and do whatever I wanted," she said.

"With the Dolls we didn't have a lot of creative say over things - we had a specific look, whereas now I get to play around and choose what I'm feeling for that moment in time."

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