Ed Sheeran is no longer just a singer and songwriter.
Due to his excellent music, the Grammy-winning singer has several number one singles and awards.
But it seems those aren’t the only things he excels at. Because, according to The Scottish Sun, Sheeran is expanding her artistic abilities by designing a new line of clothing.
The “Photographer” singer could also add “fashion designer” to his resume, as he’s set to showcase his eco-friendly line of bucket hats and dungarees later this month.
The 31-year-old singer has collaborated with Lucy and Yak, an independent British clothing company, to create a four-part collection which will include t-shirts and hoodies.
The “butterfly” used in Ed Sheeran’s album cover is essential to him, according to co-founder Lucy Greenwood.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring this to life as part of such a rare collection of Yaks,” she added, “especially because we know Ed shares our enthusiasm for doing better for the environment. “
This isn’t the first time Ed Sheeran has done something good for the planet.
Recently, the singer-songwriter surprised a nursing home patient described as his “number one fan” with a special letter for her 60th birthday.
Julie Maskelyne lives in a care center for adults with Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease.
As she enjoyed her birthday cake and champagne, a familiar face appeared on television in the living room of the nursing home.
The “Thinking Out Loud” singer appeared onscreen, wished Julie a happy birthday and congratulated her on being his biggest fan.
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According to the Mirror, the staff wanted to surprise Julie on her birthday and sent a message to the Ed Sheeran fan club.
“We thought it was long because he’s such a famous pop singer,” activities coordinator Helen Meaden told the newspaper. “So you can imagine our faces when he responded with a video three weeks later.”
New developments in Ed Sheeran’s life came after he and his co-writers were awarded nearly $960,000 in legal fees following his copyrights victory after being accused of duplicating a song by musicians Sami Chokri and Ross Donoghue.
The artists said the three “Shape of You” writers would have to foot their own legal bills, but on Tuesday they were rewarded with an interim payment.
Sheeran and his fellow writers denied plagiarizing the song, saying the claims were “baseless”.
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