"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" Gets Its Own Clothing Line
Okay gals, new direction.
Take off the non-prescription secretary glasses and scrub the Sharpie mustache off your finger. A new trend is coming your way. H&M is dropping the new Lisbeth Salander line courtesy of Trish Summerville, the costume designer for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo film. It's going to be thirty pieces of anti-heroine badassery consisting of leather motorcycle jackets, chunky shoes, and all sorts of accessories that'll have the boys thinking you've got more than just a few unpaid parking tickets on your record. Avoid ordering dessert wines, mimosas, and girly shots such as "Last Night's Mistake" or "I Hope He Calls" and you might just pull off the look.
**piercings, mop-top haircut, and hacking abilities not included**
Methinks this is a pretty decent idea considering what little mind the fashion industry traditionally pays the world of literature. Granted, there's sort of a "selling out" vibe, but this is a breath of fresh air when you consider all the Snooki crap we're inundated with. It's a step in the right direction anyway, so thanks to H&M for giving it a shot.
The collection will be available at 180 select H&M stores starting on Decemeber 14th, and of course, you can always order online at their official website. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, directed by David Fincher, opens nationwide December 21st.
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