Foxes will front the advertising campaign for H&M's new Loves Music range, for which she has even designed her own T-shirt.
Foxes has been announced as the new face of H&M.
The 'Let Go For Tonight' singer has signed up to front the Swedish retail brand's advertising campaign for their Loves Music range - which launches on July 23.
Foxes even got to design her own T-shirt for the fresh collection and she is very proud of the design.
The 26-year-old pop star said: ''I was pretty hands on and got to design my own T-shirt for the collection ... I love the denim shorts, I've even blagged myself a few pairs ahead of the release.''
Foxes - whose real name is Louisa Rose Allen - is set for a busy next few months.
As well as working with H&M, she's also been busy working on her next album - the follow-up to debut LP 'Glorious'.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper, Foxes said: ''It's been pretty crazy, I think I've learnt a lot from a year of touring an album and meeting some really incredible people along the way.
''The first album feels like such a long time ago, I'm excited to be putting the second album out now.''
Foxes also hinted her new album will be self-biographical as she has been writing her songs as though they were her personal diary.
She said: ''I've used writing as a bit of a diary so it's got lots of mixed emotions going on. I have stripped back the music quite a bit.''
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