The 2011 X Factor winners, Little Mix, have made their magazine debut in the United States with a fashion feature for Teen Vogue USA.
Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall invited Teen Vogue to join them on their shopping spree in New York city.
Stepping away from their pretty pop princess look, the girls visited punk store ‘ Trash and Vaudeville ‘ in the downtown area of the city.
Since getting together, the girl group have attracted a lot of media attention with their quirky outfits and unique style.
Alongside their feature they have recorded a video for Teenvogue.com to give young girls advice on back to school fashion and how to stand out from the crowd.
The pop group have already had a taste of success in America as their debut album ‘DNA’, made history last month by making them the first British girl group to enter the top five of the US Billboard Top 200.
Following on from their musical achievements, the girls have jumped back in to the studio to work on their second album.
There are also rumours about the girl group planning to come out with their own clothing line for teenage girls.
Will it be as successful as their music? Have your say.