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Rebel Wilson’s Torrid collection

Published 13/05/2015

Rebel Wilson will be launching a holiday capsule collection for plus sized brand Torrid.

The 29-year-old Pitch Perfect 2 actress is known for flaunting her buxom curves to the maximum by donning impressive outfits that flatter her body.

And Rebel is hoping to inspire confidence in other women with the designs in her forthcoming collection for Torrid, which offers clothing and accessories for sizes 12 and up.

"I've had a 'torrid' affair with buying clothes all my life. I've never really felt like there's a brand out there in the plus size world that is creating cool stuff, that fits well and is good quality yet affordable,” she wrote in a press release published by PRNewswire. “It's really only been in the last few years that I've seen companies try. So it was awesome to team with Torrid, who I think are doing such a great job in making plus size fashion relevant and dope. I've been loving designing the clothes for my capsule collection. I've been putting my unique style and personal loves into the clothing and literally can't wait for the collection to launch!"

Rebel’s limited release holiday capsule collection, which features around 25 pieces selling from $28.50 to $125, launches in November 2015. Her clothes will be sold online and in Torrid retail stores.

Rebel has designed a range of apparel, including bottoms, a koala-print t-shirt, jackets, dresses, accessories and more.

"Rebel's got a natural instinct for design. She's been totally hands-on throughout the process. She cares about every detail, down to the diamante rivet on the jeans. We love the results… she crushed it,” Torrid SVP of Design Liz Munoz said.

Rebel is also working on a Spring 2016 collection for Torrid.

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