Jessie J is hoping to collaborate with Fashion power-house Stella McCartney.




The ‘Domino’ singer who is known for her unique and at times androgynous look, has recently undergone a transformation opting for a more feminine clothes and hairstyle. She’s no longer ‘Doing it like a dude …’  (sorry, couldn’t resist!).
Talking about her new ‘toned down’ style Jessie said:

That really scary, spiky, cartoony kind of thing, that was me two or three years ago. Now, I’m definitely more embracing of myself as a woman and my sexuality and just being a bit more feminine.

She continued:

I’ve always wanted to look like this, but it didn’t grab people’s attention. And in the beginning you’ve always got to do something that’s going to make people go, “Who’s that?”

Jessie has also admitted she would like to turn her hand to creating clothes – alongside one of Britain’s most highly regarded designers.
She recently revealed:

I just spoke to her [Stella McCartney] and we’re hopefully going to work together soon.


She’s an incredible designer. There’s one playsuit, black, white gold belted . . . I’m definitely growing into fashion.

The judge of The Voice is also up for a musical collaboration with Adele. She recently confessed:

If she’s up for it. It’s on my dream list.



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