Little Mix's Jesy Nelson flashes her abs in a scanty bralet as she coordinates with her bandmates in snake print to launch new clothing collection
Their PrettyLittleThing collection will be released next month.
And Little Mix gave fans an idea of what they can expect to see as they posed in snake print looks from the collaboration while standing in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Jesy Nelson, 28, Jade Thirlwall, 26, Perrie Edwards, 26, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 28, each sported a different colour as they posed up a storm in Paris, France.
PrettyLittleThings: Little Mix posted a photograph of each of them wearing a snakeskin look from the collaboration while standing in front of the Eiffel Tower to Twitter on Sunday
The girl band's clothing collection will hit the popular site on November 7, they announced on social media alongside the powerful snap.
Jesy, who released a BBC documentary telling the story of her battle with trolls last month, wore a light brown two piece that showed off her toned abs.
Her wavy brunette locks tumbled down across her face and she wore heels with a clear strap on her feet.
In her typical style, Jesy teamed her bralet with cargo pants.
Confident: Jesy sizzled in a light brown two piece that showed off her toned abs. Perrie's figure was on display as she posed with a hand on her hip in a strapless jumpsuit
Think pink like Perrie in a jumpsuit by PrettyLittleThing
The promo image for Little Mix’s collaboration with PrettyLittleThing has been released. And we have fallen hard for the sassy animal print theme!
Offering a firm nod to the 90s, the Little Mix collection is set to feature clashing colours, patterns and embellishment across an array of partywear.
We are particularly fond of Perrie’s jumpsuit. The form-fitting bandeau style is adorned with an eye-catching pink snake print, creating a refreshing update to the craze. It isn’t available to buy just yet, but you can click (right) to sign up to notifications.
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Jesy's bandmate Jade chose a blue mini dress with a matching jacket, backpack and strappy heels.
Her hair was almost identical to Jesy's as one side of her auburn tresses was tucked behind her shoulder while the other freely swayed in the wind.
Perrie's lean figure was on display as she posed with a hand on her hip in a strapless bodysuit.
Snakeskin: Jade chose a blue mini dress with a matching jacket, backpack and strappy heels. Leigh-Anne (left) wore thigh-high boots with a long-sleeved off the shoulder jacket
In her other hand she accessorised by toting a round matching handbag.
Lastly Leigh-Anne wore her signature loose thigh-high boots with a long-sleeved off the shoulder jacket.
She held a baguette bag with a matching brown snakeskin design and her waist-length raven hair was worn braided over her shoulder.
Their collection 'cultivated true girl-band uniform with a nod to the 90s and noughties', according to a spokesperson.
Umar Kamani, PrettyLittleThing's CEO, says: 'The girls have been fans of PLT over the years so collaborating with them was an absolute pleasure on this project as they already had a huge attachment to the brand.
'What’s so wonderful about this collaboration is Little Mix define unity and strength to young girls and women through their music but also they all have such unique and individual style which makes this collection so exciting because it’s so diverse.'
Breaking records: Jesy Nelson's Odd One Out documentary has broke BBC Three records. The programme also became the top show on BBC iPlayer
Their announcement comes after Jesy's Odd One Out documentary broke BBC Three records.
The programme, which emotionally explores the Little Mix star's horrific trolling ordeal and suicide attempt, also became the top show on BBC iPlayer after its release with 1.87 million requests within seven days - 64 per cent being 16-34-year-olds.
Odd One Out also aired on BBC One at 9pm on Thursday 12 September with a whooping consolidated 3.3 million viewers and a 55 per cent growth in show watchers compared to initial overnight ratings.
Raising awareness: Odd One Out also aired on BBC One at 9pm on Thursday 12 September with a whooping consolidated 3.3 million viewers and a 55% growth in show watchers