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Trend Tuesday: To Tommy From Zooey.

One of this generation's most stylish actresses, Miss Zooey Deschanel, is making headlines this week. That gorgeous, blue-eyed brunette is slowly convincing me (and the rest of the world) that she can quite possibly do it all. Not only does this doll sing, act, and show off her sophisticated humor in every interview we see, but she's now teamed up with designer Tommy Hilfiger on a new clothing collaboration!

Deschanel and Hilfiger found their dream team beat when the two met and started chatting on the topic of vintage clothing. This "new girl" to the fashion scene is now ready to make her Macy's debut on April 14 with the retro-inspired line of 14 dresses, affectionately called To Tommy From Zooey. The price point is friendly, at $98 to $199, and will eventually expand on tommy.com and Tommy stores in North America, Europe and Japan one week later, along with Deschanel-designed jewelry and handbags, too.

Photos by Carter Smith and via WWD

I think you'd agree that this is quite the unique pairing for preppy Hilfiger to partner with vintage girl Zooey, but I see the super-cute synergy in the clean lines and bright red, white and blues that are found in their 1960's era designs.

All Deschanel needs in her new design file is shoes if you ask me! Maybe I'll tweet her and we'll see.

xoxo,
holly in heels

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