Jessica Simpson's clothing line for women of all ages

Jessica Simpson 's got her own clothing line: Jessica Simpson Collection.
"This will give the consumer something to dress up in, to feel like a lady, to feel sophisticated, yet it has some sort of funk and flair to it. It has a lot of style to it. It's not your average suit or skirt. It has lots of fun details. We wanted to change things up for the everyday working girl who wants to feel her age. It could be for a girl's first job, or an internship."

So irresistible.

It's women's fashion for all ages. "She could be in her 20s, 30s, even 40s. My mom would wear it, and she's over 50," Simpson to Women's Wear Daily.

The 30-year-old singer/actress is putting her collection at the top of her busy schedule, as it's made her a role model. 

"I wouldn't take certain jobs if they were to take away from the positive role model that the Jessica Simpson Collection has allowed me to establish because this is my number-one priority," Simpson said.

"It all works together. I really don't look at myself as just one thing. I'm kind of scattered and like to have my hands in a lot of different projects. It makes me who I am. It's what defines me. What I wear, what I sing, the songs I write, the projects I choose all have to represent Jessica Simpson."

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