Fashion designer, reality star, and New York Times bestselling author Lauren Conrad is more than just a stunning stylist — she’s a crusader against fashion faux pas!
Conrad — who recently confirmed that she’ll be returning to MTV in a new docu-series — has teamed up with entertainment mogul Ryan Seacrest to serve as the face of a side-splitting public service announcement aimed at combatting the effects of “Fashion Fuck Ups,” an issue which affects thousands around the world every hour.
Who’s Lauren Conrad’s Favorite Designer — Why Herself, Of Course. Hey LC, tell us who you love to wear: “I think if you’re not willing to wear your own clothes, you’re doing something wrong. With this line, it was kind of meant to be about my style and pieces I want to walk into a store and want to buy,” the former Hills starlet told Glamour Magazine this week about her new clothing line for Kohls. “If you’re not wearing your own line, you’re taking all the fun out of it. I wanted to just fill up my own closet with stuff I love!”
This year, Lauren Conrad made great strides toward breaking free of her identity as a reality TV personality. She released her first book L.A. Candy, a #1 New York Times Bestseller, her follow-up novel, Sweet Little Lies, goes on sale this February, and now the budding novelist is tapping into her literary prowess and keen fashion sense to write the book on style.
Lauren will unveil her top tips on style in Lauren Conrad Style, to be published by HarperCollins in the Fall of 2010. The book will feature new and never-before-seen photos of the former Hills star as well as show readers how to interpret the young fashion icon’s signature look into their own lives.