Keke Palmer’s got Mad Style

    Keke Palmer and Nickelodeon have unveiled the fashion line inspired by Keke’s hit show, “True Jackson VP.”

     

     

     

    Keke Palmer and Nickelodeon have unveiled the fashion line inspired by Keke’s hit show, “True Jackson VP.”

    Mad Style by True Jackson will exclusively be sold at Wal-Mart stores nationwide, and the collection features everything from shimmery leggings to belted dresses and buttoned tunics. Or, if you want your daughter to look a little more chic, there are jackets and dresses that update the classic Chanel design.

    Every item in Mad Style retails for $14 or less, so it won’t hurt your wallet to help your girls make an entrance when they go back to school.

    While chatting with S2S Senior Editor Ericka Boston, Keke gave her take on the clothes, which she feels have a youthfully sophisticated feel. 

    “I feel like it’s older but yet for young kids," Keke said. "I could see kids in little work outfits and stuff like that. That was definitely what I thought about when I thought about True Jackson’s line because that’s exactly what True Jackson is: Her clothing is workplace but also it’s in kid form because, you know, she’s only 15.”

    Keke is the face of Mad Style and gave her input on the designs, but the collection was actually designed by Jane Siskin. 

    To debut the line with all style and fierceness befitting Mad Style, Nickelodeon held a fashion show featuring the daughters of company employees. We must say that the mini models were too cute!   

    Event organizers told us they only did one rehearsal for the show, but those girls were working the runway like they were trying out for “America’s Next Top Model.” Now that‘s talent!

    Be sure to read more from Ericka’s sit-down with Keke, who tells us why this weekend will be especially sweet for her.

     

    – Sonya Eskridge

     

     

     

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