Celeb-Obsession: Simone's Fall Line Makes Waves In L.A.

Remember that last scene in Grease when Sandy ditches her sweet schoolgirl styles for some badass leather pants and a concordant devil-may-care-attitude? Well, if that final number was being taped today, we're pretty sure she'd be wearing Simone. This L.A.-based collection, designed by writer-director-actress Katie Nehra, is quickly getting a cult celeb following; Mary Kate Olsen, Kristen Stewart, Nicole Richie, and Kate Hudson have been living in this line all summer. And the super-sexy fall pieces are finally available so make sure you check out all of the cropped leather motos with studded shoulder, slashed T-shirts, and enough sexy LBDs that will make getting dressed a breeze. The fall collection, which is available for pre-order now, is stocked with Simone staples, but also flips the script with some need-'em-now military-inspired styles and flirty, peek-a-boo sequin-embroidered tops that will seriously have you covered all fall long.
Simone by Katie Nehra, available at www.simonecollection.com.
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