Heidi Klum announces her second collaboration with supermarket Lidl

Heidi Klum reveals she is launching a budget Christmas clothing range with Lidl

by Laura Sutcliffe /

Supermodel Heidi Klum has announced her second collection with bargain supermarket Lidl! The new collaboration, (which starts at just £5.99), was announced on 10 October, and will launch in December, just in time for Christmas! The new range is expected to sell out quickly, especially given the success of her first collaboration 'Heidi in the City', which was unveiled back in September.

Heidi announces her Christmas-focused fashion range with Lidl

In the campaign shot for the new collection, Heidi is surrounded by gold balloons and tonnes of confetti to compliment her new party wear collection. She is dressed in a beautiful, sparkly gold frock and black block heels, both of which will be available as part of the new range.

Heidi wearing a leopard suit from the previous sell-out collection

The #LETSCELEBRATE collection offers super chic trends at incredibly affordable prices that won’t break the bank. It boasts a whopping 40 pieces, and includes winter coats, a sequin blazer, a sparkly pink dress, and even a (faux) fur stole! The collection will be launched in all of Lidl’s 670 UK stores in the first week of December, for a limited period whilst stocks last, in sizes 10-18.

The bargain range starts from just £5.99!

German supermodel Heidi is a great ambassador for the brand, which was founded in her homeland. She has a huge profile worldwide, with a legion of fans keen to emulate her style - and there's no doubt she has put the supermarket clothing collection firmly on the map.

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