The Gossip Girl rumor mill is in overdrive these days, but this one's the best yet. Ed Westwick, ahem, Chuck Bass, is in talks to design a line. Yes, you heard us correctly. Apparently, the king of ripped shirts and lead singer of Filthy Youth can't wait to add his "two cents" to "the creative side" of a certain label related to his Vanity Fair shoot. His outfit, (in the August issue), is Thom Browne, but his sunglasses are Jack Spade and, well, that would be the most perfect collaboration ever. So instead of ripping out magazine pictures and taking them into stores to emulate your favorite GG character, which is apparently all the rage, you can just buy it from your favorite character in the first place. That's easier. And way more fun.
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A Look Back at Gossip Girl's Finest Fashion Moments
It's official: The series finale of Gossip Girl is a mere eleven episodes away. While many a cynic may argue that the show actually ended sometime during the second season, for us die-hard Upper East Side wannabes, this news is harder hitting than a Nairtini to the head. Of course, what we'll miss most of all is the fashion. Gossip Girl has been on top of the fashion game since its first "XOXO" way back in early 2007, and as the series progressed, the characters' signature styles arguably surpassed the plot development in terms of critical praise. Between Blair's preppy headbands, Chuck's dandy suits, and Serena's gravity-defying cleavage, the influence the kids of Constance have had on street style and fashion spreads alike is undeniable. So, as a tearful ode to our favorite CW soap, here's a look back at some of the style stand-outs that have made the last five years of impossible-to-follow plot lines a little more bearable.