Which Celeb Designer's Line Will You Buy?

03/17/2008 at 03:13 PM ET

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Lately, it’s felt like every star is hopping on the bandwagon to start their own clothing line — from Matthew McConaughey to Heidi Montag, the list is getting never ending. But several style icons tossed their names into the ring last week, and they’ve got us wondering whose line will be most successful in the end. Lindsay Lohan, who’s designing a line of leggings, is known for her casual cool and red carpet sex appeal, while Rachel Bilson (who’s teaming up with DKNY Jeans) has impeccable street style and understated evening looks. And Avril Lavigne, who will be designing a junior’s line for Kohl’s, has made her girly-punk mix unmistable. Now we want to know whose line you’d buy! Tell us and vote in our poll below.

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virginia on

im actually excited to see what rachel bilson comes up with. Maybe she is no designer but she has great style. By far the best of the three.
im also excited about whitney port’s

Candice on

Rachel is the best dressed out of the three, for sure. The other two girls wouldn’t know what “style” was if it hit them in the face.

iCu on

Here are the possible name of their clothing line..
Stinky Stoner For —–
Skunky Collection Of ——-

and Lady Like Collection for DKNY by Rachel Bilson

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