Jessica Simpson lost a trunk-load of clothes from her new collection a day before they were meant to shoot the pieces.
The 35-year-old singer has admitted she and her mother Tina had to rush re-style a series of looks from her new spring/summer 2016 range after a box containing some of the items was lost in transit from New York prior to the shoot.
She explained: "My mum and I worked together on the styling for this shoot, and as luck would have it, a trunk from our showrooms in NY was lost in transit the day before the shoot! We had to rework a few of the looks last minute and we really love how the styling turned out. It was a blessing in disguise."
But one piece she wasn't planning to part ways was her navajo woven platform, featuring pretty floral detailing on the sides, as she wore them home after shooting the campaign.
She said: "The navajo woven platform was immediately one of my favorite styles from the new collection. I even wore them home from the shoot because I didn't want to take them off."
And the blonde beauty is hopeful some of the items from her Jessica Simpson Collection can be passed on to her daughter Maxwell, three, whom she has with her husband Eric Johnson, when she's a little bit older.
She told PEOPLE.com: "The Jessica Simpson Collection is timeless, just like the shell pink long fringe vest. It is a special piece I can hand down to my daughter one day."
Meanwhile, as the star's brand - comprised also of fragrances, accessories, kids and home - reaches its eleventh birthday this year, Jessica believes it's been such a success because she has her mum working with her.
She said: "I am aware that I don't know everything, so it is important that I look to the people around me who I trust to have fresh and innovative ideas."