Heidi Klum to launch a fashion line with Lidl - what will it look like?
International supermodel Heidi Klum is releasing a new "high-end" fashion range - with the budget supermarket Lidl.
Klum, who is one of the highest-paid models in the world, has made a range which is "accessible for everyone," according to the German supermarket.
She says: "I had so much fun designing the pieces in this collection."
Klum presents Project Runway and is a judge on America's Got Talent and Germany's Next Topmodel.
Lidl says that Klum's new range "mirrors her characteristic style".
Given that she's infamous for her epic Halloween costumes, are any of these clues for what the range is going to look like?
Here's what you might soon be able to pick up from your nearest reasonably-price German supermarket...
An Egyptian pharaoh
An old woman
Heidi Klum herself
It's more likely that we'll get something a bit more down to earth than any of these - but as there are no clues yet, we can't rule any of them out.
Heidi Klum said: "[I] can't wait for you to see it.
"I hope you love it as much as I do."
Klum has previously designed for brands such as Victoria's Secret, Birkenstock and Jordache jeans.
She made her name in the 1990s as a model for Sports Illustrated and Victoria's Secret.
She's also appeared in films including The Devils Wears Prada and Ella Enchanted, and TV shows such as Parks and Recreation and Sex and the City.
The fashion line will launch across the UK, Europe and America later this year.