One Direction are set to follow in the footsteps of boyband JLS by launching their own jewellery line at high-street retailer, Argos.
According to Digital Spy, fans will soon be able to get their hands on 1D silver bracelets and necklaces, with the range thought to be priced between £13 and £30, much like JLS' collection.
The Kiss You group already have their own dolls, as well as inking a deal to release a range of electronics with US firm Jazwares, with their line featuring speakers, headphones and walkie talkies.
In other One Direction news, the boys are said to have hired wealth management firm Grant Thornton to help deal with their estimated combined worth of £26.33 million ($41.72 million).
A source told The Mirror: "Their success is quite staggering - so are the profits coming with it. The lads had an incredible 2012 and this year looks even bigger.
"Although they're all mature for their age, they are still five young boys at heart, and have all made mistakes - it's part of growing up.
"They've now been assigned a small team at one of the country's top money service providers who will be advising the boys on matters of tax, capital and investment.
"One Direction have become one of Sony's biggest draws and the label wants to make sure the guys are looked after."