Celebrity CHIC

McDonald, Kathy A.
June 2006
Daily Variety;6/23/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 59, pA16
Trade Publication
The article features some shops in Los Angeles, California which sell clothes and accessories used by celebrities and other props from their television programs and films. The stores include Decades on Melrose Avenue, The Way We Wore on La Brea Avenue, and It's a Wrap! in Burbank and Westside. Prized merchandises include Kate Hudson's peasant top and skirt from "Almost Famous," and James Cagney's boxing shorts from 194O's "City for Conquest."


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