Ariana Grande is teaming up with Lipsy for a new fashion collection!
The 21-year-old singer/actress was tapped for a spring line, which will debut on March 2nd.
The 20-piece spring collection includes “day dresses, skirt sets, a biker jacket, prom and party dresses and accessories. Grande aimed for a moderate price point for her range, with tops starting at 32 pounds, or $46, and 35 pounds, or $51, for dresses,” WWD reports.
As the new face for the brand, Ariana will also launch another collection for summer 2016, out in May.
“It’s so great getting to collaborate with Lipsy to do something special for my fans,” Ariana shared. “The line is youthful, affordable and I know my fans will love it.”
Ariana Grande has unveiled her new gender neutral fragrance and named it after her brother, Frankie!
Frankie by Ariana Grande is described as “a celebration of the loving and lively relationship between the celebrity duo” and the limited edition scent embodies their unique and authentic personas with a fresh take on fruity and musky notes for a truly irresistible pairing.
“Launching my debut fragrance ARI in 2015 was a dream come true, it was AMAZING to smell it on all my fans while I was on tour and hear all about how much they love it! I’m thrilled to kick off 2016 with a special limited edition fragrance, FRANKIE–a shared fragrance for ALL!” Ariana shared in a statement. “My brother Frankie is my best friend. When we’re together we have the best time and can’t stop laughing. We thought, let’s change the game this Valentine’s Day and get everyone involved, creating a fresh new scent that EVERYONE can wear! I really love how it smells…it’s energetic, sexy and so addictive. We LOVE the bright silver metallic bottle…now everyone can shine bright like a Frankie!”
Frankie added, “I am beyond excited about our new fragrance FRANKIE! I absolutely love Ari and was thrilled with the idea of creating an original scent with my amazing sister, Ariana. We wanted to spice it up for Valentine’s Day and come out with a new fragrance for ALL. YES! Him, her and everyone can spray ALL DAY and share the love! And I’m obsessed with this scent…it has a fresh, playful and sexy little personality… Now you can shine bright like a Frankie and smell bright like a GRANDE!”
The fragrance contains notes of Pink Pepper, Pear, Apricot, Wild Orchid, Cedar Wood and Sandalwood, Musks, and Sugar Crystals.
Ariana Grande wows in a sharp red pant suit for her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night (January 14) in Hollywood.
The 22-year-old singer opened up on the show about her upcoming album and how she’s changed the title of it.
“A really long time ago I was convinced that it was going to be called ‘Moonlight’ because its one of my favorite songs that we did for the album,” Ariana dished. “And now, as we’re wrapping things up, of course I’ve been writing and singing, we’re at the final stretch…
She continued, “Now there’s this other song that has thrown me for a whirlwind and I love it so much, it’s changed everything.”
“I can’t wait for everyone to hear the new version of Over And Over Again,” Nathan shared. “It’s such a special song to me and I’m delighted that I’m able to share this with not only a friend of mine but also somebody who is incredibly talented.”
Nathan Sykes – “Over & Over Again” feat. Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande got in touch with her Broadway roots when she gave a surprise performance at a Jason Robert Brown concert on Monday (January 4) in Hollywood.
The 22-year-old pop star made her Broadway debut in 2008 when she was cast as Charlotte in the musical 13, which Jason wrote.
Ariana performed “The Lamest Place in the World” from the musical, donning glasses to portray the character. She also opted to perform Jason’s song, “Getting Out,” which he joked he had ironically written about “being really grouchy that I wasn’t an international pop star.”
The full performance was uploaded by Ariana’s brother, Frankie. Watch below!
Ariana Grande Performs With ’13′ Writer Jason Robert Brown
When asked how he responded to Ariana‘s first mini-scandal when she was caught licking donuts in a California shop, he had some good advice.
“I tell her, you have to address the mistakes that you made and own them. Some of the words she used in that shop were things she needed to address, and she did,” he explained, adding that he thought there was an overreaction from the public.
Scooter also alluded to Justin‘s egg-throwing incidents.
“But I also think — not about her, but just in general — we’re getting a little ridiculous when it comes to doughnuts and eggs. The rock stars of ’70s were really [expletive]. Let’s talk about some real stuff. Why are we discussing that when we have real significant issues in the world? Like, gun control. And the fact that a presidential candidate is saying things that I find to be anti-American. These are the things we should be angry and frustrated about.”