Simpson sisters start fashion line
on Friday,June 03,2011 21:06
Singers and sisters Jessica and Ashlee Simpson will now be working together to create a fashion design line for 'tweens, which will be launched by the end of the summer, according to CBS News.
Jessica has decided to make her Jessica Simpson Collection even more exciting further by asking her sister to join her team. Jessica believes that Ashlee will bring the necessary rocker and edgy side of her to the clothing, according to the media outlet.
"My goal as co-creative director will be to design clothes that will help inspire young girls to express their personalities and creativity through fashion," Ashlee told the news source.
The first place for shoppers to find their new clothing line will be at Macy's locations, right in time for back to school shopping. The two already have ads and promotions for their collection in effect across the retail world, the news provider reports.
According to Daily Gossip, Jessica has been a fashion designer since 2004 when she launched Jessica Simpson Dessert, and now her line has spread to clothes, shoes and accessories.
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