'Teen Vogue'-Branded Fashion Line Hits Macy's Today

(Teen Vogue)

Last year, Teen Vogue dabbled in selling small accessories and home goods at Macy's, and now, the magazine is back with its first clothing line, hitting the department store's confusingly named junior's department, Mstylelab, today.

(Teen Vogue)

The lineup, which was developed by Teen Vogue editors in collaboration with the retailer, features lots of leggings, rompers, maxidresses, and bandeaus in neon, sheer, and bejeweled finishes, according to WWD.

(Teen Vogue)

Pieces are priced from $20 to $60, which if you think about, isn't very Teen Vogue. To really be authentic, half of the items in the collection would have to be "price upon request," a quarter would fall into the "not even if I begged my mom" category, and the last quarter would be in that affordable "yes, I could buy this with my babysitting money" range. Oh, and the looks would be modeled by the children of celebrities. Who go to the Crillon Ball. And also DJ.

While the Teen Vogue collection is supposed to hit Macys.com today, the only available item we see is this denim bomber with studded shoulders, which would be really uncomfortable to wear under a backpack full of textbooks, don't you think?

(Macy's)
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