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Mischa Barton for Twelv magazine

You may feel as if Mischa Barton has been quiet lately, but the former OC star has been busy touting her handbag line (available in Ireland in Arnotts) in Dubai – where her designs have, it is reported, gone down …

Mon, May 14, 2012, 10:30

   

You may feel as if Mischa Barton has been quiet lately, but the former OC star has been busy touting her handbag line (available in Ireland in Arnotts) in Dubai – where her designs have, it is reported, gone down extremely well – and announcing plans for a fashion line in the not-so-distant future.

I’ve always enjoyed Mischa’s slightly boho fashion aesthetic, although it has had its serious hiccups (well documented by the Fug Girls), and I’m eager to see what her fashion line will bring – because I do really like her handbag line. In fact, I did a segment on Xposé a couple of months back talking about them, and though Lisa Cannon wasn’t that enamoured with the fact that they’re not made of leather, I have high hopes for future collections – and these Twelv covers (via Fashion Copious) are seriously fuelling my enthusiasm. What do you think? Are you pro or against Mischa? And does anyone else really miss the OC?

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