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If Kelly Osbourne Designed Plus-Size Clothes, Would You Buy Them?

09/05/2013 at 09:13 AM ET

Kelly Osbourne plus size lineCourtesy Pantene

As Kelly Osbourne has steadily become more and more of a fashion presence (hosting E!’s Fashion Police, appearing on red carpets all over the globe, picking a signature hair hue), we figured a celebrity clothing line couldn’t be far off.

What we didn’t expect was that it would be a plus-size-friendly celebrity clothing line.

The star, who famously went through public weight struggles before permanently slimming down in 2010, let slip to Fashionista.com that her upcoming clothing line (surprise! It’s happening!) will be all-inclusive.

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“I was having fun but no one takes notice of a fat girl in fashion,” she says of her experiences at a heavier weight. “That’s the truth! It’s sad. That’s why I love women like Beth Ditto who are doing their own clothes. That’s why when my line comes out I’ll never make anything that won’t be translated to plus-size as well. Because everyone deserves to wear fashion.”

She is totally tight-lipped about any details in the interview, confessing only that the line is underway. But we can’t say we’re surprised that Osbourne, who has transformed herself from punk princess to fashion-savvy star, is already planning on fashion world domination.

Tell us: Would you check out Kelly Osbourne’s fashion line? What do you think about her plans to do plus-size?

–Alex Apatoff

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margaret perdue on

I have a large tummy issue, are you going to think about that?

Dianne Riley on

Yes! Just because we have plus-size bodies, doesn’t mean we don’t like stylish, current fashion. The all polyester, big floral or stripe patterns, tunic length, cap sleeve or sleeveless, deep U necklines are not for us, but that’s what’s available.

misshsam on

Reblogged this on fashionsvictims and commented:
If i was i would, but i support kelly 100%
U go girl

Shirley Gentry on

I agree with Dianne Riley, what is available to us is not flattering. We all like to look good.

Melissa on

Yes, I would. I hope she keeps in mind that shirts need to be a lil longer and not wider. Those of us who are busty like to cover our tummies.

Wilma on

What a silly question. I mean, to ask people if they would buy clothes from a line before they even see the clothes, is just silly. It doesnt matter much who designs the clothes. It matters what the clothes look like and what they look like on a person’s body. Kelly Osborne or not; Plus-size or not, if it looks good on, people will buy it.

Debbie on

Of course, if they are reasonably priced…hope they will be!

bakerlady on

I would if they are reasonably priced and IF +size isn’t a size 12.We like to look good too. The sands of time have just shifted some.

mamamimi on

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Dr. Bea on

Okay…now that you have told the world….show us the fashions! Any idea of the date for the first showing?!!!
Can barely wait to see current fashions for us all!!!

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