Rachel Zoe to Launch Affordable Clothing Line

03/27/2009 at 11:30 AM ET

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The ultimate celebrity stylist is finally lending her talents to us regular gals. In between filming her Bravo show, The Rachel Zoe Project, and styling Hollywood’s hottest stars, including Kate Hudson, Jennifer Garner, Cameron Diaz and Demi Moore, Rachel Zoe tells PEOPLE.com that she is also working on a full-range clothing line that won’t break the bank. “It will be absolutely, 100% accessible fashion for sure — for everybody. There’s no reason for me to do a luxury-level design. That’s not who I am. I don’t think it’s what people want from me. I think that I would need to give people that fantasy becoming a reality. That’s my job,” Rachel said at an event last night at L.A’s designer resale shop DecadesTwo, where she cleaned out her closet to benefit Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. While details for Rachel’s collection are still under wraps, she promises a complete line that includes jewelry, clothing, bags and fragrance. Don’t want to wait until her collection launches next year? You can bid now on pieces Zoe designed for Judith Leiber along with costume jewelry straight from her drawers on eBay’s DecadesTwo store and decadestwo.com to benefit the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. We say, “Love it!” Tell us: Will you buy clothes designed by Rachel Zoe? –Reporting by Jenny Sundel

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Bubblegum on

I’m not always the biggest fan of her style—but I think it is awesome that she is planning on doing a reasonably priced line. I hope it’s really cheap and fun, like forever 21 prices and then she just goes bonkers with the trendiness. That would be fun :)

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Jake on

She is such a tranny…..

LMP on

Does anyone actually want to buy cheap payless clothes from this strange looking woman…oh wait, I don’t mean to insult the blind.

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Andrea on

Although I do agree that she is a tranny, I wouldn’t mind seeing what this line is going to be about. If it is reasonably priced I would definitely check it out! I don’t mind a little tranniness!

Cate on

Haha, Andrea, that made me laugh! LOL!

But if she’s going to design like she is dressed in this picture, I would prefer to stick to my own style.

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