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Material Girl

Madonna Introduces Her Lourdes-Inspired Line For Macy's

When we learned about Madonna's latest venture, we couldn't help but be excited ... little Lourdes is the perfect muse for her mama's collection.

By Fab Sugar

While some of you are skeptical about Madonna's new clothing line, perhaps some solid details will sway you. The pop icon, known for her breakthrough ensembles on and off the stage, is now part of a multi-label fashion project called MG Icon. Her first project? A Macy's juniors line, targeting 13- to 25-year-olds and inspired by her daughter, Lourdes Leon. “Lourdes has an incredible sense of style and her point of view on fashion has definitely been an inspiration for the line,” said Jeff Gennette of Macy's.

The collection, dubbed Material Girl, will retail from $12 to $40 and will include apparel, footwear, handbags and jewelry. Since it's inspired by her mini-me, we're guessing it'll probably include studs, faux leather and graphic tees. Debuting in August, it will be promoted via online and print campaigns — wouldn't it be fun if Lourdes starred in the ads? If that sounds a little too teenybopper for your taste, Madonna has more up her fashion sleeve, including an upcoming designer sunglasses collaboration.

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