Madonna Launching Lifestyle Brand for Older Women: Lamest Celebrity Clothing Line?
Madonna is launching a lifestyle brand aimed at an "older customer," starting with perfume and expanding to clothing, handbags and accessories.
In 2009, Gosselin announced plans to start his own clothing line called "Gosselin Gear." Isn't the goal NOT to look like Jon Gosselin?
In 2006, the Hoff launched his "Malibu Dave" clothing line -- cheeseburger not included -- but it seems to have disappeared.
After just one year, Montag's "Heidiwood" fashion line for Anchor Blue was discontinued.
Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP's Bitten, a line of low-cost clothing sold exclusively through Steve & Barry's, was discontinued when the chain store went bankrupt. Maybe that barrette had something to do with it?
This summer, WWD reported that BCBG Max Azria would probably shut down its collaborative line with Miley Cyrus, which was said to be gathering dust on Wal-Mart shelves.
The Kardashian sisters recently launched a "kollection" of tops, dresses, shoes, jewelry, lingerie and accessories at Sears. No offense to fans, but is any store less cool than Sears?
In 2009, Lopez shut down her Sweetface line, but she's making a comeback with her new collection at Kohl's.
The "Truth or Dare" brand (a nod to her racy documentary) is targeting women 25-35 with a focus on the 35-45 age group, which isn't exactly old, thank you very much. But the marketing strategy still makes Madonna seem like more of a fuddy-duddy than a fashion icon.
Madonna's signature scent, Truth or Dare by Madonna, will be a Macy’s exclusive in the U.S., slated to hit store counters on March 26, according to WWD.
“I have always been obsessed by fragrance and for years wanted to create something personal that was an expression of me, but that other people could relate to as well,” Madonna, 53, told WWD. “Something classical and timeless and yet modern. My oldest memory of my mother is her perfume. I carry it with me everywhere."
Sure, but do you want to smell like Madonna's mother? From Madge to Jon Gosselin to David Hasselhoff, click through our slideshow and let us know: Which celeb had the lamest clothing line?
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