‘Pretty Little Liars’ collection debuts at Aeropostale

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Costume designer Mandi Line with some of the clothes from the “Pretty Little Liars” by Aeropostale collection.
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“Pretty Little Liars” star Troian Bellisario and costume designer Mandi Line turned up to celebrate the launch of the “Pretty Little Liars” collection by Aeropostale at the retailer’s store in Times Square on Wednesday. Line persuaded Warner Bros. that there was consumer demand for a clothing collection tie-in with the show. The collection is in stores and on now. [Fashionista]

Actress Cameron Diaz has a new book out on health and beauty (“The Body Book”), but she wasn’t always an expert. In February’s Seventeen magazine, she confessed that in her teens she ate too much junk food, never gained weight and had acne: “I was the poster child for being both skinny and unhealthy -- and I had the zits to prove it.” Once she started eating healthy foods and taking care of herself, things changed, she said. “I realized our bodies are these amazing machines, created to be good to us when we’re good to them.” [Seventeen]

Kate Moss’ 16-year-old half-sister, Charlotte Moss, has signed with a modeling agency. [The Cut]

Nicole Kidman’s latest ads for Jimmy Choo have her showing off the shoes while jumping around in what looks like her underwear, topless and holding a discreet clutch to shield her chest, or with an unbuttoned jacket doing the honors. [People]


Fifth & Pacific, formerly Liz Claiborne, is now Kate Spade & Co. and has a new chief executive officer, Craig Levitt, who is also CEO of Kate Spade. [Racked]


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