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When we heard Olivia Palermo would be designing a line of necklaces with Roberta Freymann, we were thrilled. We expected chunky crystal necklaces, vintage inspired designs, and statement pieces that could instantly perfect an outfit. And the 5-piece collection of bib necklaces are perfectly Palermo — right down to the price point.
We have such a love/hate relationship with Olivia Palermo. We hate her patronizing attitude and her inability to move her jaw. But we kind of love the fact that she’s willing to look like a total jerk on national television. And while we sort of hate that she has what appears to be a never-ending supply of really expensive clothing, we have to admit: we love her style. So it’s with mixed emotions that we’re reporting Palermo’s plans to design her very own clothing line.
Been wondering why you often stumble upon Chanel suits and Louis Vuitton bags—still bearing their original price tags and ripe for the second-hand taking? Well wonder no more. Apparently you have the lifestyles of the rich and richer to thank because according to the Wall Street Journal, all those pricey discards are evidence that being a socialite is really hard.
Regardless of her obvious absent from Elle’s masthead, based on what we see on The City, Olivia Palermo “works” at Elle. Apparently the spring season doesn’t only bring out Olivia’s backhanded blows at her friends. Olivia also seems to be cheating on her place of work, by guest blogging for UK Vogue, one of Elle’s competitors.
The premiere of The City may still be three weeks away, but to tide us over, we’ve manufactured some controversy of our own. It’s Fashion Wars: Whitney vs. Olivia!