Young Disney stars partner to launch fashion line
on Tuesday,February 02,2010 22:02
Ooh! La, La! Couture has announced the launch of a new clothing line that was created with the help of two famous preteen actresses-turned-designers.
Emily Grace Reaves, 8, who played Cindy Lou in Hannah Montana: The Movie, and Noah Cyrus, the 10-year-old sister of pop star Miley Cyrus, worked together to develop fashions for young girls who wish to dress like adults, the New York Daily News reports.
Company officials said the line, which is called the Emily Grace Collection, will feature "versatile styles that can be worn with sweet ballerina slippers, casual sneakers or paired with lace stockings and boots for more of a rock and roll look."
Reaves donned one of her creations - a leopard-print mini-dress, lace tights and fingerless black gloves - in a promotional video with the Cyrus sisters, according to CocoPerez.com
Ooh! La, La! Representatives added that proceeds from the line will benefit Reaves''s Rainbows and Lollipops charity, which supports organizations that help children and animals.
The designs, which will be available in girls'' sizes 14 and below, are slated to debut at a fashion show on Valentine''s Day.
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