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Courtney Love teams up with Nasty Gal

Published 29/12/2015

Courtney Love
Courtney Love

Courtney Love will soon unveil a collection with Nasty Gal.

Courtney Love is teaming up with Nasty Gal on a clothing collection.

The label is popular among celebrities, with Girls star Lena Dunham even booking founder Sophia Amoruso to style her for her book tour in 2014. The brand’s official Instagram account started teasing fans on Sunday (27Dec15), revealing there were big things coming: “We’ve got a killer collaboration coming soon with one of the baddest b**ches of all time. Any guesses?”

On Monday (28Dec15) it was confirmed the Hole singer was the mystery collaborator, with the label also announcing a competition to win a trip to Los Angeles, tickets to the launch with Courtney and Sophia and $1,000 Nasty Gal shopping spree.

“CONTEST ALERT! You guessed it. We’re collaborating with rock icon and muse @courtneylove on an exclusive collection (coming soon)!” it was announced on Instagram.

Courtney is clearly excited, as she immediately reposted the message on her own account. It’s no surprise she’s thrilled, as the star recently revealed she’d love to follow in the footsteps of Victoria Beckham. After finding fame in girlband Spice Girls, she ditched singing to set up a high-end range of clothing and accessories.

"To be honest with you, I love fashion, but if I have five years and I could do anything, I prefer to go to Harvard and get an education, and then also pattern-cutting on the side so I can make my own f**king clothes," Courtney told "I don't think Harvard has a pattern-cutting course, so… My point was, I want to be at the same level Victoria Beckham is at and the same level that (late designer) L'Wren (Scott) was at - God bless."

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