“Sarah and me work with a designer called Nadia Jones. We tell her what we want and she does the sketches. We were inspired by vintage clothing - we're not doing anything ground breaking," Contactmusic quoted the singer as saying.
“It's challenging. It can be a struggle with family members. It's difficult not to be honest all the time. There's a lot of tongue biting. Crispin, who I work with, and I disagree about stuff, but I always hold back because we're not related. There's a lot more horrible stuff I could say! But yeah, with my sister, when she starts to irritate me I just want to pull a face. But I don't think everyone else in the office would like it very much," she added.
Singer Lily Allen has admitted that her fashion range Lucy in Disguise isn't ground-breaking. The “Not Fair" singer, who married Sam Cooper on June 11, said that she and her sister Sarah Owen don't do the actual designs and that they knew their collections wouldn't change the face of fashion.