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Zayn Malik teases second Versus Versace collaboration

Zayn Malik's second clothing line is due to hit shelves later this month (Jun17).

Zayn Malik has teased his second Versus Versace capsule collection with a sultry video on Instagram.

The Pillowtalk singer announced he was collaborating with the Italian luxury brand on a line called Zayn x Versus Versace towards the end of last year and in March (17) the first campaign, shot by the star's model girlfriend Gigi Hadid, was unveiled.

His range was released around the globe in May (17), with brand representatives confirming "a percentage of the net proceeds from the collection were donated to charity".

Now Zayn, 24, is back with a second offering, which he gave people a glimpse at with a short clip uploaded onto social media on Tuesday (06Jun17), as well as revealing that the pieces will be out on 19 June (17).

In the footage, shot in what appears to be a warehouse, colourful lights are dimly lit as male and female models are shot from various angles. One woman's foot can be seen rocking studded heels, while a man wears a printed sweater.

"19.06 #zaynxversus," the former One Direction star captioned the upload, which quickly garnered over one million views.

Zayn has always been open about his love for designer Donatella Versace, often sporting her creations on the red carpet, including the 2016 Met Gala.

In return, the blonde fashionista praised her new collaborator during an interview with Billboard Style in October (16) while announcing their partnership.

"For me, Versus has always been about bringing together the worlds of fashion and music. From our first-ever Versus shows in New York in the '90s, we had bands playing and a crowd of club kids rather than the usual fashion audience," she explained. "Music and fashion are even closer than ever. It feels like they are almost the same thing. As soon as I met Zayn, I knew that I wanted to work with him in some way."

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