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Kelly Brook debuts first clothing line for New Look

So y’all know (yes, I’ve been watching Friday Night Lights and I now want to talk like a Texan and live in Texas and eat in the burger joint seemingly every freaking night) that Kelly Brook has been doing a line …

Fri, Jun 1, 2012, 07:30

   

So y’all know (yes, I’ve been watching Friday Night Lights and I now want to talk like a Texan and live in Texas and eat in the burger joint seemingly every freaking night) that Kelly Brook has been doing a line in undies and swimwear for New Look for a couple of seasons now, but this is the first time she’s ever been involved in designing a clothing line for the high-street brand.

Aesthetically, I wouldn’t be a huge fan of what Brook has produced – it’s all a bit saccharine sweet for my liking, and the 1950s vibe is a little too predictable, but I can see a big market for this and Brook has always been a big seller. Plus, it might be quite nice to buy clothes designed by a woman with Brook’s curves; these clothes won’t be designed with a very slim model in mind.

What do you think? Will you be going into New Look – on June 4th, by the way! – to check out Brook’s new range?

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