Parental advisory: If your daughter starts buying Scotch Tape next spring, you may want to examine her wardrobe.
Beginning in March, clothes inspired by singer/actress Jennifer Lopez, whose most famous outfit required the clear adhesive strips, will be available for young girls.
Lopez's Sweetface Fashion Company, which designs clothes for women, signed a licensing deal this week with Parigi Group to manufacture, market and sell clothes in sizes 4 to 6x and 7 to 16, according to a joint statement from the companies.
The J. Lo Girls collection will first launch with sportswear and denim items designed with a signature logo. The line will include novelty tops ($18 to $26) as well as shorts, skirts and bottoms ($32 to $52). The clothes will be available in department and specialty stores nationwide.
Lopez, the recipient of last year's Versace Award at the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards (see "Jennifer Lopez To Receive Versace Award"), will act as creative director for the J. Lo Girls collection.
"I'm really excited that the J. Lo brand will be expanding into the girls market," Lopez said in a statement. "So many of my fans are young girls, and it is important to me that we target this extremely influential age group."
Last weekend, Lopez headlined a USO show for troops stationed in Germany (see "J. Lo, Kid Rock, Ja Rule Salute Troops At USO Show "). "For the Troops: An MTV/USO Special" will air January 1 at 2 p.m.