OMG: "Toddlers & Tiaras" Star Eden Wood Is Launching A Line At NYFW
by Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour Magazine
Move over, Kanye West: There's a new celebrity designer clamoring for the fashion week spotlight. She's got a loyal following, she sings and dances, she loves an audience...and she's four years old!
Eden Wood, pageant princess of "Toddlers & Tiaras" fame, is launching not one but two different clothing lines during New York Fashion Week!
On Sunday night, the precocious reality star will hold a show at a gallery space in Nolita, debuting her own eponymous clothing collection for kids and a new line of boots she "designed" in collaboration with Cicciabella. "Designed with trendy tots in mind, Cicciabella Cowgirl Riders are a line of western-inspired boots that come in a wide selection of vintage prints," the press release says. "As the new face of the Spring 2012 line, Eden Wood boots feature high-glamour detailed embroidering, soft faux suede and plushy lining is paired with a rugged sole for indoor or outdoor wear."
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The little lady herself will be on hand for interviews (duh, we are so there), and oh yes, she'll be giving a musical performance. In case you're not familiar with Eden's body of work, get acquainted:
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Has she officially arrived, or what!? Do you think it's ludicrous that a four-year-old pageant queen will be showing her clothes at fashion week? Do you watch "Toddlers & Tiaras" ('fess up!)? Discuss on our Facebook page.
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Glamour magazine asks the question "Do you watch Toddlers and Tiaras" ('fess up!)?
The answer is F**k no, I don't watch "Toddlers and Tiaras and I don't have to "fess up".
I am insulted that anyone would even ask such a question.
What does Glamour magazine take us for, morons?
Disgusting, but nothing new.
Look how they dolled up Shirley Temple when she was just a tot, and had her shake her little butt.
Back then they were called "stage moms" and they are as disgusting now as they were then.
The pageant moms are living the pageant life through their children and are:
1. morbidly obese.
2. have "mall bangs"
3. have bad teeth.
4. should be charged with child abuse.
5. all of the above
1: Writing about this and
2: For the comment "The little lady herself will be on hand for interviews (duh, we are so there)". Very intelligent use of grammar for a writer.
Isn't your magazine geared toward an older clientele? Not only do you regularly print totally unrealistic articles (new hairstyles,makeup and wardrobes will not make me more desirable or successful) and half the products you promote are so incredibly pricey that I've often wondered what world you all live in. Have you ever taken the economy into consideration seriously?
The worst part about the above article are the links to the other "More from Glamour" articles. The first one about 50 things Men are afraid to ask, starts with going commando under there.
Oh yeah, Eden really belongs in your magazine.
I hate all reality shows and I hate the fact that I even know the names of some of the people that are on the "popular" ones because the news covers them. These people so far have shown that they have nothing to contribute to society. The only way these shows will go away if people stop watching. They are very cheap to make so of course from a monetary standpoint the channels will keep on producing this trash because people watch.
The Learning Channel? Hah! All I've learned is to never watch it anymore.
As far as a little kid having her own line, yeah right? Was she involved in the choosing of materials, cost of the clothing, choosing manufacturers, ad companies, and all the other things that go along with putting your name with a product? I doubt it. There is nothing right about this at all!!
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