Molly-Mae Hague is facing some backlash over her new PLT collection.
Molly-Mae Hague has been called out on social media after the launch of her new Pretty Little Thing collection, which has been branded as ‘fake’.
The Love Island star recently signed a £500,000 brand ambassador deal with the clothing line and promised to release ‘a whole new collection’.
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PRETTYLITTLETHING X MOLLY-MAE IS OFFICIAL!🖤😭 I don’t think this will ever sink in for me. My very own collection with @prettylittlething will be exclusively available to PLT’s Instagram followers for the first 24hrs! Make sure you’re following @prettylittlething they are going private at midnight TONIGHT so follow now to be able to shop the collection tomorrrow at 10am! I’m so beyond excited right now😭
Some Pretty Little Thing shoppers have shared their disappointment on Twitter as the items in the collection appear to be 'recycled' garments which have been on sale on the site for months.
Fans have also claimed the items have now been made more expensive.
The molly mae x plt collab is so disappointing they’ve clearly just slapped her name on stuff they’d be releasing anyway but who wouldn’t for 500k
— lily (@lilswnbrn) September 2, 2019
I can’t work out if the PLT Molly Mae range is actually fire or if it’s just Molly mae making average looking clothes look better then what they are
— paige✨ (@paigemanning94) September 2, 2019
is molly mae’s plt collection just stuff she’s chose out of their exsisting range.... pic.twitter.com/QDqeB7wPRR
— Abbie (@abbielr96) September 2, 2019
Molly mae’s PLT collection is so disappointing 😂
— abs 😘 (@Abi_M96) September 2, 2019
This PLT design has no Molly Mae input 😂 do these people think we’re stupid
— a sango and santi stan account (@tinukay_) September 2, 2019
I go to see Molly Mae’s plt collection and see this..sorry what pic.twitter.com/MqTJBOyMn4
— praku (@praku_s) September 2, 2019