Suri Cruise Launches Her Own Fashion Line at Age 7 (Will Be President at 13)

suri cruiseLike most 7-year-old girls, Suri Cruise seems to be obsessed with pretty dresses. Particularly pretty pink dresses. And shiny/sparkly shoes, also ideally in pink. Unlike most 7-year-old girls, however, Suri Cruise is turning her love of fashion into a career: The only daughter of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise has reportedly signed a deal to launch her own clothing line for approximately $2.2 million. The line, which will be for young girls and called (appropriately) Suri, is set to debut at an as-yet-undisclosed New York department store this fall with plans to expand across the country (if all goes well). 

Okay, so, certainly there are many eyes rolling at this news. And I must admit, if I were, say, a struggling designer, I would pretty much be banging my head against the wall in frustration right about now.

But hey, it's not like Suri's actually going to be cutting fabric and sewing samples (though she will have "creative input"). Nor is her line likely to give somebody like Marc Jacobs a run for his money.

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Suri had a fun idea and her parents have the money to make it happen. I'm sure, in Katie Holmes' (very expensive) shoes, I would do the same. Anyway, it's an experience sure to make Suri confident in her abilities. Just think: If she's launching her own fashion line at age 7, what's next on the Suri Cruise Timeline of Accomplishments?

Age 8: Branches out into shoes and bags

Age 9: Directs her first film

Age 10: Writes tell-all autobiography

Age 11: Releases solo album produced by Jay-Z

Age 12: Takes over OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network

Age 13: Elected first female president of the U.S.

After that ... space travel? Becoming pope? Better get on that kid's good side now, if you know what I'm saying.

Do you think Suri Cruise should have her own fashion line?

 

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nonmember avatar kaerae

This is a gift her parents are buying her to indulge her whim, because they can afford to. Let's not pretend it's anything more than that.

nonmember avatar kaerae

This is a gift her parents are buying her to indulge her whim, because they can afford to. Let's not pretend it's anything more than that.

jessi... jessicasmom1

I like her line of clothing.... but no one here fits in them

sukie31 sukie31

I think it would be great if they would make them for the "average" American child!   Not just the fancy boutiques .  And sure its b/c the parents have money!!  Now me personally, If I had the money......I would make the fashion line with your name.....but donate at least 1/2 the proceeds to a charity or to help people who can not afford clothes!!  Now THAT would sure make a difference and still be a good thing for Suri.


 


 

Lenor... Lenore411

I read that this isn't true.

silve... silverdawn99

Maybe you should get your facts straight before posting stuff


Katie Holmes already said that this is a false claim

Lala Rose Elepano

This is ridiculous... how about not raising children with entitlement issues?! How about letting her have an average childhood? There are plenty of celebrity spawn who go on to lead normal lives without issues of entitlement. Give it a rest already!

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