Dita Von Teese steps out with a sexy glam clothing line

She’s splish-splashed naked onstage in a giant martini glass, married (and divorced) Marilyn Manson and acted on the TV series “CSI.”

And now, burlesque queen and fashion muse Dita Von Teese is designing her own capsule clothing line.

The collection, available in sizes 4 to 16 and priced at $575 to $995, is being launched at Los Angeles vintage boutique Decades and online at http://www.shopdecadesinc.com, which is appropriate since the pieces are inspired by Von Teese’s own vintage treasures.

“I have always wanted to do something like this, to re-create vintage pieces in wearable sizes and fabrics,” said Von Teese, who is an inspiration and friend to many designers, Jean Paul Gaultier and Christian Louboutin among them. “But I don’t claim to be a fashion designer, because I have so much respect for my designer friends and what they do. I don’t sketch or sew. My talent lies in styling myself and choosing vintage pieces that don’t make me look like I’m starring in a costume drama.”Read more
Courtesy : www.latimes.com

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