Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's collaboration with Paige Denim was a "dream come true".
The 29-year-old model - who was announced as the face of the denim brand two years ago - has joined forces with the founder of the denim brand, Paige Adams-Geller, on her new capsule RosieHWPaige capsule and has admitted her latest venture is something she had "always" dreamed of.
Speaking about her latest fashion venture, the blonde beauty said: "It's a dream come true, as gushy as that sounds - truthfully it's been something that I've always dreamt of doing."
And Rosie - who created a lingerie collection for the longstanding retial store Marks & Spencer called Rosie for Autograph in 2012, which has since expanded to include beauty products - has admitted designing is a "natural position" for her.
She explained: "[Designing] was a natural position to be in, and I felt confident having Paige there by my side the whole way. Her expertise, coupled with my vision and dreams for the collection, was really what was exciting about working on it together as a team."
And the catwalk icon - who has graced the catwalk for a number of fashion houses including Burberry, Victoria's Secret and Balmain - has revealed the 17-piece fashion line, which features jumpsuits, jeans and other denim garments, was based on what she "loves" about the fabric and creating "polished, cool" and "glam" garments.
She explained to Vogue.com: "We've got some really fun fabrics - the frayed denim and the metallic fabrics that add a bit more of a glam evening feel to the collection. It was really about honing in on what I love about denim.
"It was all about designing everyday pieces that were relaxed yet polished, cool, and a little glam--basics that I would go back to again and again.
"Denim is the basis of nearly all of my outfits day to day."