Skip to comments.Material Girl: Madonna set to design junior clothing range inspired by daughter Lourdes
Posted on 03/12/2010 2:11:55 PM PST by Niuhuru
She created a look that defined a generation, has served as a muse to Jean Paul Gaultier and starred in campaigns by designers including Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabanna. Now Madonna, 51, is set to design her own clothing range - for children. Not content with singing, modelling and acting, the diva is keen to turn her hand to designing. With help from daughter Lourdes,13, the queen of pop is collaborating with U.S. based Iconix Brand Group to create new venture MG Icon. The first collection, 'Material Girl', available at 200 Macy stores and online, will comprise of back-to-school apparel, footwear, handbags and jewellery, retailing from $12 to $40.
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Yay, so now your pre-teen can look cheap and whorish!!!YAYYY!!!!
How original. Another star propping her kid up.
The House of Lourdes?
Are they going to have some of those outfits with the pointy booby things with tassles on them.
She never could dance or sing (unless it was heavily produced), so maybe she might find something she is finally good at besides being a gigantic slut.
I like her music, it is fun. “Vogue” was good and she was talented in Evita.
Let me guess....plunging necklines for the 8 year old girls?
How sad, another nice young lady will be instructed, by her loving mother, how to grow up looking and acting like a hooker.
Well, a “Material Girl” clothing line. Isn’t that special.
Just the look and lifestyle that every mom wants her daughter to strive for...
Not this one! :0)
No. Catholic school girl uniforms modeled by slutty looking 8 year olds with seductive looks on their faces. I guarantee it will appeal to a whole array of perverts — both men and women.
She was indeed quite good in Evita. I also enjoy the music from her “Ray of Light” album from ‘96.
Credit where it’s due.
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