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Whitney Port Becomes Fashion Designer

Reality TV star Whitney Port has become a real-life design star.

Women love Whitney Port's new clothing line, her sense of style and her sensibility. Whitney says she used drive and business sense to stay focused on her goal.

"It was really about my passion, so I think that that shined through," she says.

She shares the inspiration behind her Whitney Eve line:

  • Fun: Whitney wanted girls to have fun with their clothes. She went through many different shades of colors to find the perfect coral, meant for those who want to stand out.
  • Tribal: A trip to Africa inspired Whitney's tribal line featuring lots of prints.
  • Sensibility: Affordable fashion is important. Whitney uses functional pieces such as skirts that can be worn different ways to give customers for bang for their buck.
  • Comfort: She says, "We live in our clothes, obviously, and they should be stylish and they should be comfortable for sure.
For more information about Whitney Eve, visit www.whitneyeve.com.

Special thanks to Tootsies

Leather Versus Pleather, Stella and Dot Jewelry, Glow with Glycerin, Designs by Whitney Port, Hair Botox, Rope Workout

Other segments featured on this episode of Mirror/Mirror:

Leather Versus Pleather
Leather Versus Pleather
Have you ever considered buying 'pleather?' Turns out it is more stylish and convincing than most of us thought!
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Stella and Dot Jewelry
Stella and Dot Jewelry
Are your wardrobe dreams bigger than your budget? Many fashionistas are pursuing extra shopping bucks through social selling.
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DIY Glycerin Beauty Products
DIY Glycerin Beauty Products
Glycerin is a popular and often pricey beauty ingredient. Find out how to save by making your own glycerin cosmetic concoctions.
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Hair Botox
Hair Botox
If coloring, styling and heat tools leave you with dry, damaged locks, check out this new treatment that some are calling Botox for the hair.
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Rope Workout
Rope Workout
When you think of a rope, you picture a dozen kids playing tug of war. But there's a new rope workout, and it's not all fun and games.
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The Live Well Network
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Live Big with Ali Vincent
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Food Rush
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Let's Dish
Mexico: One Plate at a Time
Home with Lisa Quinn
Hiring America
Children's Programming
Military Makeover
The Balancing Act
Pickler and Ben