Forever 21 to partner with Lady Gaga-loved fashion designer
on Thursday,March 25,2010 19:03
Fashionistas on a budget will soon be able to don designer shirts that have already gained the adoration of stars like Beyonce, Keri Hilson, Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
WWD reports that discount boutique Forever 21 will partner with Los Angeles-based designer Brian Lichtenberg on a new line of graphic t-shirts. Although an official announcement has not been made, a spokesperson from the retailer said told the news source that negotiations are in the works.
This collaboration would be the store's first with a top-name designer, according to the news source.
Lichtenberg's creations typically feature cut-out jewelry, draped cotton and bold costumes intended for the stage. His most recent daredevil design - a revealing dress made entirely of police caution tape - was worn by fashion risk-taker Lady Gaga in her music video for Telephone, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The designer's clothing line - which is marked by mesh-like fabrics, mini-dresses and one-armed tops - is currently available at boutiques in California, Florida, New York, Germany, Japan and Taiwan, according to his website.
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