With her barely-there dress, ample cleavage, underwear on show and red and blonde hair, the singer's iconic look polarised opinion and still does to this day. The outfit became a symbol of the Spice Girls' motto 'girl power'.

Ginger Spice, as she was known, has designed and modelled a Union Jack-motif range, possibly inspired by the upcoming London 2012 Olympics, with her retail partner Next.

The singer unveiled the collection this morning in London with a string of models wearing her threads. But no one wears it better than the Spice Girl herself, who features in the ad campaign.

The shots show a toned and glistening Halliwell on a beach modelling her bright clothes behind a paradise-like backdrop.

Flaunting her enviable body, Geri's bikini top is €30 and bottoms are €24

The collection features dresses, swimwear and casualwear all with the British emblem emblazoned across them. This unique collection is available in selected stores and online from early March with prcies from as little as €24.

Jersey top €32 and denim shorts €40

The sequin-adorned star buy of the collection comes in at €267

The singer already designs swimwear, lingierie and dress collections for the British high street chain.

Halliwell has previously mentioned that the Spice Girls would be interested in performing during the Olympic run in the English capital this summer. Bandmate Mel B echoed these sentiments recently by stating that it would be an amazing opportunity and the band would "never say never".

Watch this space...