Fashion Police cohost Kelly Osbourne has debuted herself as a fashion designer with Stories, a clothing line that is made for all shapes and sizes.
Osbourne has recently been posting hints to her social media accounts, slowly letting fans know that she would be venturing into the world of clothing design. Now that she has officially announced Stories, the So Undercover actress opened up to People, where she discussed her experience with larger-sized clothing and revealed how her line will be different.
“In my research, I’ve found that the prices go up after size 10 and that really hurts my heart,” she admitted. “It’s not fair! So with my line, the size 2 will be the same price as the size 24.”
While the clothes will be made with stretch-friendly fabrics to flatter any figure, Osborne has also discussed the meaning behind her clothing brand, admitting she wants these clothes to tell a story of where they’ve been worn.
"I believe that every time you wear something, you have a story of where you wore it, whether it be good or bad," she told Women’s Wear Daily. "I was going through my closet and I was like, 'Oh my gosh, I wore that skirt on a date and it still has a stain on it from where I fell off the steps because he tried to kiss me. I didn't want to kiss him and I broke my wrist. I can't get rid of that!'"
Stories will be available in sizes 0-24 with affordable prices, ranging from $55-$170.
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— Stories by KO (@storiesbyko) August 18, 2014
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