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Courtney Love collaborates with Nasty Gal for fashion line

Courtney Love has a new clothing collaboration with Nasty Gal filled with retro items such as babydoll dresses and slip dresses.Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images

Courtney Love has a new clothing collaboration with Nasty Gal filled with retro items such as babydoll dresses and slip dresses.

Courtney Love is bringing the ’90s back.

The Queen of Grunge has introduced her new fashion collab with Nasty Gal called “Love, Courtney” — and it’s filled with retro items such as babydoll dresses, simple peasant tops and sheer black stilettos that she made famous two decades ago during her band Hole’s peak in popularity.

The new collection also features a series of slip dresses and a black tutu essential to any rebellious girl’s wardrobe.

Perhaps most notably, though, is the wide array of sexy, sheer black lingerie — as the versatile line offers multiple different styles of underwear including tops, panties and silk dresses.

The 51-year-old rocker teamed up with Nasty Girl for the new 18-item collection, and its set to go on sale on both the retailer’s website and in its Los Angeles stores on Jan. 14.

And while the majority of the line, which ranges in price from $ 48 to $ 148, mirrors Love’s iconic get-up, the singer promises several of the items feature an updated look to fit in better with today’s style.

“We went through some of my rock-star ’90s stuff and redid that in a more modern context, and some new things as well,” she told Vogue.

Love’s style was extremely influential during her band’s peak in popularity two decades ago.Frank Micelotta/Getty Images

Love’s style was extremely influential during her band’s peak in popularity two decades ago.

Love is the first celebrity to collaborate with Nasty Girl on a clothing lineup – and the retailer’s founder couldn’t be happier that they landed the “Celebrity Skin” singer.

“I can’t think of anyone more iconic, and she’s not someone who really lends her name to all kinds of products, so it feels really special,” says Sophia Amoruso, who started the company in 2006.

Love’s wardrobe was one of the most influential of its era, as the world-famous wife of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s classic style of thrift shop-style babydoll dresses, smeared makeup and red lipstick inspired the looks of fans and fellow artists alike.

The “Miss World” singer seems to enjoy seeing others copy her style — unless it’s a designer who doesn’t give her credit or financial retributions.

“The only time I’ve ever minded was when one designer did it, a couple of times in a row, and then didn’t give me anything,” she said. “But otherwise, no, I don’t mind. It’s flattering.”

Lifestyle – NY Daily News

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