Mischa Barton Uncovers Bebe

Who was out and about recently but Mischa Barton (surprise surprise!). Apparently, she is in New York City doing a photo shoot for a clothing company she is “the face of”. The clothes are awesome! How mod are they? Mini shift dresses with boots? That cool newsboy cap? Its SO something a Beatle’s girlfriend would have worn (and I don’t mean a Beatle’s girlfriend who turned out to be a porn star, I mean one from the 60s!) For a second I thought it might be burberry, but then I remembered that Kate Moss is the burberry girl, so I decided to do some investigation into this retro clothing line!

I discover the label is “Bebe”. For the life of me, I cannot think of ever having heard of Bebe. So, I decide to investigate by popping over to style.com too look them up under the “fashion shows” category. (seriously, I love this website, and totally recommend that you should go on it.). So anyway, Bebe does not appear on the designer’s database on style.com. Hmmm.

Time to google.

And this is what I find.

Apparently the line is about Asian neon lights or something. But how much does it look like swinging London? The two are VERY different!!

8 responses to “Mischa Barton Uncovers Bebe”

  1. Anonymous says:

    u are an idiot. bebe is a very well known label in the US. there are bebe stores everywhere and theres also a bebe sport. just go to bebe.com

  2. Anonymous says:

    its also REALLY popular in B.C. canada

  3. Anonymous says:

    u really are a dumbass…when u google it it comes up..the first one..it comes up:

    bebe.com: bebe
    http://www.bebe.com: we invite you to shop our world-famous collection online. bebe is a national retailer of sexy, sophisticated, fashionable women’s clothing and …

    nuff said!

  4. Anonymous says:

    uhh bebe is really known…

  5. Anonymous says:

    umm bebe is like super famous. how is it that you have a fashion website and haven’t heard of it? they have stores even in ohio.

  6. Theresa says:

    Helllo All Anonymous Writers, Both Polite & Crass,

    The bebe column was written by my predecessor on this blog; whose columns I enjoy.
    I don’t think her comments on the bebe line, or anything else, are outrageous.

    It’s a fun looking little line, currently promoted by Eva Longoria. It leans more toward the Pussycat Dolls style than say Valentino, and respect for the Feminine, but so do a lot of lines. They have their part to play, though it’s a minor part, not a starring one…

    I have to wonder a bit at the attention and devotion to this line, which has been selling lately less successfully than comparable lines….It wouldn’t be paid devotion, would it?


  7. Anonymous says:

    Bebe is in every mall, every city practically.

    50% of girls have a “J’adore Bebe” or some other bebe shirt they are famous for (with rhinestone logos)

  8. 1764 says:

    Bebe is another “wannabe” brand. They will never be considered a real brand, by REAL and acclaimed designers, nor will they ever become a brand that will use quality materials. This is another mass-market brand targeting pre-teens with a bit more cash than their peers and lack the brains to go with it. In fashionistas term, a cheap fad.

    I don’t know which galaxy you are from or which elementary school you are attending, the Anonymous above me, but NO. This statement cannot be more inaccurate:

    “50% of girls have a ‘J’adore Bebe’ or some other bebe shirt they are famous for (with rhinestone logos)”

    J’ADORE BEBE? A blatant rip-off of Dior’s 2003/2004 campaign? And it doesn’t even rhyme. I will give you benefit of the doubt. Maybe that is too long ago for you to remember. And that may be what “BEBE” is hoping for.

    No single brand can produce a product that dominates 50% of a female the population anywhere. That is just ridiculously stupid. But again, you only learn business and economics in highschool so you get the benefit of the doubt.

    I can only guess Bebe tends to uneducated hormonal girls.? (This is what these comments have taught me; don’t worry, atleast I know you are literate). However that brings me to another question: what you people are doing on a vintage culture site….. do you know what vintage is?

    Seriously awkward.

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