LOVE Island's Molly Smith has signed a six figure deal with clothing brand I Saw It First.
The 25-year-old – who found fame as a Casa Amor bombshell in the winter series earlier this year – has revealed her exclusive edit.
The collection, called Along Came Molly, launched today on ISAWITFIRST.com featuring a mix of casual styles and going out looks.
A source told The Sun: "Molly has signed a six figure deal with I Saw It First – it's a massive coup for her and for them.
"She is one of the stand out stars of the last series of Love Island and she's got a massive following so getting her on board is great for the brand.
"The first part of the deal is Molly releasing her own edit – then depending on the success of her sales she could go on to have a bigger and more extensive collection."
The Along Came Molly collection includes 52 pieces, with prices ranging from £5 to £50.
Revealing her excitement abut launching her first fashion collaboration since Love Island's first Winter series, Molly said: “After being lucky enough to have ISAWITFIRST drop clothes into the Villa I was able to try them and see how they fit.
"I was so impressed and loved the designs that I was super excited to be able to come out and collaborate with them on something I love.
"My favourite piece would be the Pink Scallop Cup Corset Strapless Bralet (pictured above) because it’s so versatile.
"It’s so girly and can be dressed up with heals or can be dressed down with trainers and jeans…so perfect for holidays too, the colour will really pop with a gorge tan!”
ISAWITFIRST.com brand director, Leanne Holmes said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be collaborating with Molly on her exclusive edit ‘Along Came Molly.’
"Working together on this edit has been an amazing journey and Molly has been a pleasure to work with.
"Molly was hugely popular in Love Island for her style and we hope all our customers love her mix of casual and going out items as much as we do. We can’t wait to see everyone wearing them.”
Shop the entire collection here.
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