Lily Allen thinks it is â€œatrocious she has to pay for her own clothes.
The â€˜It’s Not Fair’ singer is disgusted she has to spend her hard-earned cash on outfits and accessories because her record company is too poor to buy her designer garments.
She told Britain’s More magazine: â€œI spend all my money on clothes. Literally, my record company won’t pay for it. That’s what’s so atrocious.
â€œMy record label is totally skint. But most other record companies will spend like thousands of pounds on their artists’ clothes, but I spend it all on myself. Soon, I’ll probably have another house full of clothes I’ve bought over the past four years.
However, the 24-year-old beauty is keen to spot a bargain and regularly shops at British high street stores.
She said: â€œMy last high street buy was probably a pair of Topshop leggings. Topshop is amazing!
Meanwhile, the style icon is preparing to launch a range of jewellery she says she is very â€œproud of.
â€œIt’s not really about an emotional attachment, but if you’re going to have your name put on something, you have to make sure you’re proud of it and like it.