In 2010, Madonna and her daughter, Lourdes "Lola" Ciccone Leon teamed up with Macy's to launch Material Girl, a 1980s-inspired clothing line for young women that would be available in 200 Macy's stores. "Sometimes [Lourdes] will do certain things or say certain things and I'll feel like I'm looking in a mirror," Madonna said. "I'll get really irritated with her and then I'll stop and think, but that's what I used to do. Or that's what I do. If I complain to my friends and say, 'Oh, she's so strongwilled or she's so opinionated,' they look at me and go, 'well what did you expect?'" Former "Gossip Girl" actress-turned-punk-rocker Taylor Momsen first fronted the line but was later replaced by Kelly Osbourne. But the sartorial collection came under fire when a Los Angeles apparel manufacturer sued the pop star claiming that they had been selling their merchandise under the same brand name since 1997.
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