While the rest of The Hills cast, including Lauren Conrad, Whitney Port, and now, Jason Wahler, are busy prepping for the arrival of their impending babies, Stephanie Pratt (AKA Spencer’s fun-loving younger sis) has her eyes set on another new professional endeavor. Pratt has been making a name for herself in the UK since her time on The Hills, taking up with another reality show, Made in Chelsea, penning a book on her experiences called Made in Reality ($8), running a nutrition website called To Be Honest, and acting as the co-owner of accessories site MeMe London. (Dang! And we thought Lo Bosworth had it going on with her new feminine hygiene line!)

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 09: Stephanie Pratt attends the UK Premiere of "Fifty Shades Darker" at the Odeon Leicester Square on February 9, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

Now, she’s launching a clothing line to rival that of her one time castmate Lauren Conrad’s. The budding designer shared the good news in a caption on Instagram, along with a video of some helpful fashion tips, such as what to wear with an LBD (a really sexy open-toe stiletto and a leather jacket). Pratt will be teaming up with UK co. Goddiva (not to be confused with the chocolate company Godiva) to launch her first RTW collection in just five days. The finished piece below, as she shared, is one of her own.

The cheeky reality star also gave us a sneak peek at several of her designs in sketch mode, saying, “If someone could call Kelly Cutrone from #TheHills (you may recall Pratt’s failed stint with the PR maven) and tell her I designed my own line, that’d be greeeeaaaat.”

An earlier video shared to her page gives us an even better idea of what we can expect from the new collab, as Pratt gives us the 411 (in a newly acquired British accent, no less): “My ultimate goal with this collection is obviously to be a massive hit,” she jokes, before adding, “I’m just really excited there is a dress for every occasion… there are dresses for a sexy night out… dresses for bridal parties… there’s even a few dresses that you can actually wear as a wedding dress. And then there’s more conservative dresses, if you’re going to polo, or to meet the parents.”

We, for one, can’t wait to see the type of impact Pratt’s London lifestyle has had on her fashion sense — new spring frocks, here we come!

Would you rock Stephanie’s wares? Let us know over @BritandCo.

(h/t Refinery 29, photos via Tim P. Whitby + Tristan Fewings/Getty)