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Dirrty Girl Fashion

FashionUnited| Wednesday, 20 October 2004

It appears that the ultimate "dirrty" girl, Christina Aguilera, is to inflict her fashion sense upon the world with her own line of clothing. The scantily dressed, diminutive singer has signed a licensing deal with the UK-based Basic Box Limited. The new collection will be available in stores across Europe next spring.

The line will be aimed at 19 year-olds and over, and will consist of clothes that "mirror Christina's status as a fashion icon". As an added bonus she will be making personal appearances to promote her new foray into fashion. So parents, beware.






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