LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s Collection [First Look]

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LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s Top and Jeans

It’s been so long that I almost forgot that Lauren Conrad designed a clothing line for Kohl’s (or may be because I don’t really care lol), the exclusive brand LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s is slated to release in October. The California-inspired clothing line is priced from $20 to $60, and will have wardrobe basics like jeans and knits. The first look is from Shape Magazine’s September 2009 issue where Lauren Conrad takes three Shape readers shopping and shares her get-dressed tips. Thanks to reader lucy92 for the tip. Stay tuned for more…

More pics after the jump…

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  1. Hey havent heard your thoughts on the Miley and max azria line. Did you buy somehing?

  2. So boring and predictable but who expected anything BUT from Miss Conrad?

  3. But I do feel like her Kohl line is sooo much more interesting than her own line and plus more affordable. I’ll probably check them out. The blazer is cute!

  4. Word, Jen. This line looks more interesting. Nothing that hasn’t been done before of course, but you know, it’s Lauren Conrad we’re talking about here.

    What gets me mad is that it’s not fair that just because she was on a popular show and is rich and pretty, she gets to design clothing. There are so many real designers that went to school and actually HAVE talent, but they do not have the means to create their own lines and show people what they’ve got.

    I’m rambling though.

    Anway LC and Kohl’s. Umm, she her “high end” line didn’t do well, so know she’s going the mid-class department store route?

  5. These are actually decent – not anything amazing, but it’s cute and cheap.

  6. looks like such a bore. i’ll probably go take a look at it anyways when its at kohls lol.

  7. Who’s Lauren Conrad?

  8. Yeah, she gets to make clothes just because she’s a reality star, but really, who’s taking her seriously? I’m not an aspiring designer, but marketing my brand through reality stardom (except in the case of Project Runway type shows) would be embarrassing.

  9. It’s nice to see someone who actually went to fashion school getting a line. Lauren went to FIDM. Just because she was on a reality show doesn’t negate her schooling and internships. I’m not sure why she gets criticized when most celebrities had no desire to be designers until they got famous.

    I want to see the collection in stores before making final judgement but so far a lot of the stuff is cute.

  10. only thing I liked is the black dress, but I’m sure I can get one like that at Forever 21 or sumthin

  11. She didn’t want to be a designer until she was famous. She was on Laugna Beach before she was on The Hills, and those internships were arranged for her to shoot. They had to give her something to do and fashion is glamorous, and Teen Vogue wanted the publicity. She only came into the offices when she was shooting and treated it like a set, not an office or a real job! Trust.

  12. I’m liking this clothing more than her other line. A lot of interesting at least. I just don’t get it, Lauren always looks adorable and I love her style and clothes…but her own line don’t impress me. Anyways, I don’t think people should bash her for doing a reality show…because look where it has gotten her! I wish I had the opportunities she has had. She has said she didn’t like doing the show, however that was the thing that would help her with her career. And actually she did want to design before she was famous.

  13. Did you actually watch the show? She was always interested in fashion. Don’t hate on her for no reason.

  14. I find the Kohls Line the same as her own, but it always interest me that someone who always into fashion always wore flip flops and tees until she came to Los Angeles? I like Lauren, but I wish she craft her skill more before she debut anymore lines.

  15. She did go to designer school and worked very hard on her lines. Her clothes are cute and affordable. She does not design clothes just beause she is a reality star. She has always wanted to design clothes regardless of her status. And also, there are plenty of high end designer lines in Kohl’s. They simply make a line for Kohl’s so that middle class people like us can afford them, still look cute and not have to pay mega bucks. She is a smart, sophisicated and beautiful woman who deserves a little bit more respect. Give her a chance she is young, but very successful.

  16. She did go to designer school and worked very hard on her lines. Her clothes are cute and affordable. She does not design clothes just beause she is a reality star. She has always wanted to design clothes regardless of her status. And also, there are plenty of high end designer lines in Kohl’s. They simply make a line for Kohl’s so that middle class people like us can afford them, still look cute and not have to pay mega bucks. She is a smart, sophisicated and beautiful woman who deserves a little bit more respect. Give her a chance she is young, but very successful.”

    Agreed 100% … people always assume that rich and famous are talentless. They conveniently forget the fact that she is educated and has a real passion. Sure, most reality stars aren’t taken seriously, but LC is doing something she LOVES and Kohls is an awesome store, so I’m thrilled to check out her line of clothing.

  17. First off, she went to FIDM for Merchandising and Product Development, which is MUCH DIFFERENT from Fashion Design. Secondly, she actually did not design the Kohl’s line. I know this because I was an intern at Kohl’s Corporate. Heard of Ramon from Project Runway? There’s your real designer…. They pulled clothes that she would normally wear from her closet and he designed a line around that, using her just for namesake.

    LC definitely definitely should stick to styling and not designing.

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