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Ever wondered how you can get Chipmunk’s style? Yeh neither have we, but the rapper has designed a street wear clothing collection for Debenhams in order to raise money for Children In Need, just in case we wanted to jack his ‘swagger’.

The limited edition collection has been unveiled at Debenhams’ flagship store on Oxford Street alongside the work of other celebrities involved in the Children In Need style challenge, including Alexandra Burke, who has created a clothing line with a party theme.

Taking part in the Children in Need project proved to be a bit of a challenge for the Oopsy Daisy singer but that didn’t really surprise us seeing as he hasn’t exactly scored top marks in Pappzd’s Hang the stylist or Shake Their Hand. Speaking about his work, he said

Designing clothing for the BBC Children in Need Style Challenge has definitely taken me out of my comfort zone. When I perform I know exactly what I’m doing so it was exciting but a real learning curve to take on such a different project. BBC Children in Need helps so many disadvantaged young people all over the UK, and it’s great to think that anyone who buys my outerwear will be able to support their work too.

What a darling. He’ll definitely be winning points in the ‘Someone You Can Take Home to Mum’ game.

What do you guys think of his collection? Does it make you want to rush down to Debenhams?