Maddie Ziegler
Maddie Ziegler's fashion line Maddie Style has been launched on Monday, Oct. 3. Pictured: Maddie at Fox’s Summer TCA Press Tour in Los Angeles on Aug. 8. Getty Images

Maddie Ziegler recently unboxed the first pieces from her clothing line Maddie Style’s upcoming fall collection.

On her Instagram account, the 13-year-old professional dancer thanked her fans for all their comments and suggestions regarding the materials, styles and designs of the clothes she will be releasing next month. In the short clip, Ziegler unboxed burgundy-colored jeans, a black jersey-inspired shirt and more. The “Dance Moms” alum also encouraged her fans to share their ideas for her upcoming spring/summer collection. Towards the end of video, Ziegler urged her supporters to shop online on her site on Oct. 30.

Aside from preparing for the release of her upcoming clothing line, Ziegler also appeared in Harry Connick’s new show “Harry,” where she talked about her fondness for social media. According to the “So You Think You Can Dance: Next Generation” special judge, she loves using social media because this is how she updates her fans on what she’s up to professionally and personally. When asked to give her fans some advice on the proper use of social media, Ziegler said that it’s important to always remember one’s roots and to remain grounded and humble.

In other news, Ziegler will be part of the new animated movie “Ballerina,” where she voices one of the female characters. Ziegler is also joined by actress and model Elle Fanning in the animated movie directed by Eric Summer and Eric Warin. According to Ziegler’s official website, “Ballerina” will be released in December in France and in early 2017 in the United States and other countries. “Ballerina” follows the life of 11-year-old orphan Felice whose ultimate dream is to become a ballet dancer at the Paris Opera. Last week, Ziegler posted a photo with of herself and Fanning, along with her mom Melissa Gisoni and friends, at the first screening of “Ballerina” via Instagram.