Kate Moss, Agyness Deyn, Emma Watson, and now…Adele?

British Vogue reports that Adele may collaborate with British luxury fashion house Burberry on a plus-size line.




According to British Vogue, Burberry creative director Christopher Bailey personally approached Adele to become a Burberry ambassador, and Adele responded by asking if Burberry would collaborate with her on a plus-size collection.

Her request seems pretty reasonable. If Burberry asked Adele to represent them, they should probably start carrying more clothes that might, you know, fit her.

According to Business Insider, Adele would be Burberry’s first plus-size spokesmodel. Currently, Burberry’s size guide shows that they carry clothes up to size US 14, but a quick look through the website shows that most pieces stop at a size 10 or 12. 



In my opinion, Adele would be perfect for Burberry. She embodies classic style and British pride, plus she’s an awesome woman, a pop superstar, and completely gorgeous. She’s worn Burberry before, including to the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards and the 2011 Brit Awards (see photos above), and has always looked stunning.

Of course, it’d also be great if Burberry started carrying clothes that would fit someone the size of the average American (or British) woman. And I would love to see what an Adele line would look like! But before we get too excited, let’s remember that this is all only a rumor and has not yet been confirmed by Burberry or Adele. 

Sing it with me, now.

Rumor has it.
Rumor has it.
Rumor has it.
Rumor has it.  

Photos of Adele in Burberry from sky.com and last.fm.

Erika W. Smith is BUST's digital editorial director. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @erikawynn and email her at erikawsmith@bust.com.

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