Jameela Jamil launches new festival collection with Simply Be

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Jameela Jamil has unveiled her second collection for high street brand Simply Be, which is aimed at women sized 10 to 32. The TV presenter's latest designs are festival-themed, and she admitted it's her mission to make every female feel comfortable in what they wear.

Discussing the 'unapologetically glamourous' range, Jameela said: "I was so overwhelmed by the amazing response I had from thousands of women saying they felt beautiful in my first collection, I wanted to design more clothes they could love themselves in."

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Jameela Jamil has released her second collection for Simply Be

She added: "These are the pieces I would want in my own wardrobe; styles to make every inch of you feel gorgeous."

But Jameela – who shot to fame after hosting T4 – has insisted she doesn't agree with the term plus-size, and that it's natural for women to be all different shapes and sizes.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, she explained: "The concept of plus-size is so derogatory and weird. What does that mean? Plus the normal size? It shouldn't exist anymore."

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Jameela doesn't agree with the term 'plus-size'

Jameela's latest collection follows the first in October 2015, and contains stunning pieces including a cute star-print navy maxi and a grey mesh crossover dress.

Discussing the designs, Jameela told Look: "I've been so many sizes and I used to try things on and just stand there, frustrated, wishing it would fit better.

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"I wanted to create something that tells women they should be fiercely proud of their curves. It's sizes 10-32, but we're trying to include smaller sizes so it can be even more inclusive."

And the range is very reasonably priced, ranging from £30 for a denim skort to the crossover dress which is £70. It's available to shop now.

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