Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora Has a Fashion Line...And British Vogue Checked it Out

We love British culture for tons of reasons, but one that is that the Brits are unabashed about their love of celebrities. Even high fashion books and blogs like Vogue UK get in on the act--not a hint of snobbery to be detected. This time around, the site's fashion editor Julia Neel reviewed White Trash Beautiful, a new apparel collection designed by...wait for it...Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora.
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We love British culture for tons of reasons, but one that is that the Brits are unabashed about their love of celebrities. Even high fashion books and blogs like Vogue UK get in on the act--not a hint of snobbery to be detected. This time around, the site's fashion editor Julia Neel reviewed White Trash Beautiful, a new apparel collection designed by...wait for it...Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora.
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We love British culture for tons of reasons, but one that is that the Brits are unabashed about their love of celebrities. Even high fashion books and blogs like Vogue UK get in on the act--not a hint of snobbery to be detected.

This time around, Vogue UK's fashion editor Julia Neel reviewed White Trash Beautiful, a new apparel collection designed by...wait for it...Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora.

We somehow missed that the collection was shown this past March at L.A. Fashion Week, but Neel was kind enough to fill us in: "The clothes are exactly what you would expect the lead guitarist of one of the world's most famous rock 'n' roll bands to want women to wear: seductively revealing, often spray-on and always dramatic."

Sambora and co-designer Nikki Lund say that their ideal customer is Jennifer Aniston. We think it's a bit too...how can we put this delicately...tacky...for the likes of Aniston, but another Sambora favorite, Megan Fox, is sure to bite.

The duo are so confident about the label that they're planning on expanding into menswear. Jon Bon Jovi himself has already worn custom jackets from the collection on stage.

Click through to see looks from the collection. And thanks again to Neel for covering something beyond the latest It designer.