Alexandra Burke has teamed up with Debenhams for a new a limited-edition clothing collection.
As the original home of designers on the high street, Debenhams is proud to host the BBC Children in Need Style Challenge
The 'Bad Boys' singer is one of a number of celebrities who have joined forces with the British high street store to create a unique item of clothing for the 'BBC Children in Need Celebrity Style Challenge 2011'.
The clothes will raise funds for disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
Alexandra is also joined in the style challenge by singer Chipmunk, cricketer Kevin Pietersen, actress Patsy Kensit and model Tamara Ecclestone and all were given help and advice by international fashion designer Ben de Lisi.
Alexandra developed partywear, Chipmunk took on streetwear, and Patsy Kensit devised a smart tailored jacket. Tamara create occasionwear while Kevin Pietersen designed a modern shirt and tie combo.
Ed Watson, Head of Press for Debenhams, said: "As the original home of designers on the high street, Debenhams is proud to host the BBC Children in Need Style Challenge. Our team of expert designers have worked closely with the five celebrities to create limited edition, wearable pieces to raise money for this fantastic cause. We look forward to seeing which designs make the cut, ready to be snapped up by shoppers come the BBC Children in Need Appeal in November."
The entire process has been filmed and footage of the challenge will be accessible at the BBC Children in Need website www.bbc.com/pudsey. The public will be able to buy the limited range whilst stocks last and are now on sale.