Christina Aguilera reportedly will design clothes for fashion label TopShop that had signed Kate Moss.
Christina Aguilera is reportedly close to signing a fashion deal with clothing chain TopShop. Owner Philip Green is so interested in the image reflected by the pop singer that he allegedly asks her to design a new collection for the label. Should the deal goes through, then Aguilera is expected to receive at least $ 1 million for her designs.
"Sir Philip Green, who owns Topshop, has started talks with Christina and hopes to sign a deal soon," a source told Sunday's Mirror. "She has visited his offices in London and they are thrashing out the details."
Christina's design however, will not replace Kate Moss' and both of the stars will continue to do separate collection. The source added, "Philip loves her style and believes she would add something new to Topshop. Christina is the blonde bombshell who is into pop whereas Kate is the rock chick and model. She'd appeal to a younger shopper than Kate."