Kelly Osbourne is a woman who has changed sizes and shapes over the years, most recently dealing with a changing bust size. As such, she knows the ins and outs of fabric cost, and she feels she has a good grasp of how to make clothing look beautiful on women of all sizes. She’s putting together a line of clothing for women of all sizes that will be fashionable, fun, and will cost the same amount for girls of all sizes.

When Osbourne was researching for her fashion line, she found that women’s clothing frequently costs more once it is in the size 10 range or higher. Osbourne finds that premise to be distasteful and so she’s devised a way to make her line fair and equitable from a size 2 to a size 24.
“So with my line, the size 2 will be the same price as the size 24. Yes, there’s more fabric and yes, it costs more to make, but it will be the same price for every girl that wants to wear it, end of story.”

The 28-year-old fashionista also admitted she’s been dealing with a whole new fashion problem of late—her growing busom. She recently spoke with People after the Rebecca Minkoff fashion show in New York to talk about her new line, also admitting that she’s been dealing with a whole new chest size in recent months.
“I have no idea what’s happening to me — my boobs have grown very large and I don’t know why. Everyone is like, ‘You’re pregnant, you’re pregnant!’ and I’m like, ‘No! that’s not happening!’ It’s kind of fun, though. It’s nice have them for once.”

It doesn’t look like the Fashion Police star will be filling out a size 24 anytime soon, but it’s nice to see her embracing her own curves and putting together a brand new line of clothing for women of all sizes. Currently, the TV personality is still keeping most of the details about the clothing line under wraps, but she did tell the outlet a few days ago that her public weight struggles before permanently dropping weight in 2010 did make the fashion line a passion project for Osbourne.
“I was having fun but no one takes notice of a fat girl in fashion. That’s the truth! It’s sad. That’s why I love women like Beth Ditto who are doing their own clothes. That’s why when my line comes out I’ll never make anything that won’t be translated to plus-size as well. Because everyone deserves to wear fashion.”

We can’t wait to see what the daring fashionista will bring to the table with her own line. Now, we’ll just have to hope that the outfits are as affordable as they are nice to look at.

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