It's a pretty exciting week for child actors turned fashion designers—both Harry Potter's Emma Watson and the Olsen twins have debuted new clothing lines.
Emma did a special collection for fair-trade British company People Tree. The 19-year-old's knitwear collection features basic dresses, tops and sweaters, 80 percent of which are made from fair trade-certified cotton. Emma even modeled her designs for the catalog.
Over in Olsen crazy-fun town, the 23-year-old sisters couldn't be bothered to model their new Olsenboye line (that's an "O" with a peace sign, BTW) for JCPenney, but they did pimp it on Good Morning America today.
Lately, Mary-Kate and Ashley have been spending their time designing $1,000 blazers for the Row or slightly more affordable $500 blazers for Elizabeth and James. Isn't it great an Olsen blazer will now only run you $24.99? It's not exactly fair-trade cotton, but that's just one of those trade-offs for accessible Olsen fashion.
Question time! Which of these young ladies' lines are you most interested in?
Check out which other famous people are designing clothes (or at least hiring other people to design in their name) in our Celeb Fashion Lines gallery.