Yep, this is about as exciting as the time Heatherette designed t-shirts and super-super trnedy leggings for Macy's... it's really just that. T-shirts and hoodies that have one thing going for them: a famous name.
I love Amanda Bynes as much as I can possibly love a celebrity that I grew up watching on Nickelodeon and that I'll never meet and even if I did know her, would probably not have her as a close friend; so yeah, love the girl, I think she's hot and has pretty hair and nice skin and I'm glad she's still doing movies but not in a Lindsay Lohan sort of way (now THAT girl, I would SO have that girl as a friend!), but really. HONESTLY. Does she deserve her own clothing line?
Not that young women of the like predicating her have deserved it (what did Hilary Duff do to get a clothing line? Ah, that's right. Lizzie McGuire. It was television gold, I tell you. And the Olsen twins? Well, they didn't prove themselves as fashion icons until years after their Wal-Mart line came out) much more than I believe she does, but that's not saying much. I guess I'm just all pissy because a celebrity can get a label so easily, get paid all this money to make a load of crap, and then amazingly magical people like Nicolas Ghesquiere have to prove themselves to a bunch of greedy cynical nobs before they can actually squire fame. The designers should be the celebrities, not the other way around. Or I guess, if you really really more-than-anything-in-the-whole-big-wide-world want to be a clothing designer for teenage girls, you can try and get your crazy ass on a kids' show and work your way up the ladder from them, Amanda Bynes style.
Yeah, so. Basically, Dear by Amanda Bynes is all yours if you want to buy the skinnies and tunics that Amanda has personally labored to create just for you.