Website of the week
Of all the teen pop starlets, I've always liked Mandy Moore. She seems like the fun, quirky younger sister to trashy Britney, scary Christina, and goody-goody Jessica. And I think it's cute that she released an album of '70s cover songs. I was a bit wary when it was announced that Mandy was starting her own clothing line (really, is anyone anticipating Beyonce's House of Dereon?), but I think her line, Mblem, is really cute. Basically, Mblem is a tightly focused line of about 16 (so far) tees that are reminiscent of C&C California in cut (all styles are on the long, non-midriff-baring side) and in price (everything falls between $50 and $60). But what sets the tees apart are really cool details, like subtle prints and song lyrics. The jersey ruffled sleeve tee has interesting seam details and cute flutter sleeves; I can totally picture Mandy herself in this subtly sexy hearts and birds tee; the sexy basic tee features Cat Stevens lyrics while the Average American tank notes that we spend "5 years waiting in lines." Kinda cool, right? I also like the neo-grunge double-layer thermal tee and the sweet fashion jersey buttoned heart. (Note to Mblem: You guys need to come up with better names for this stuff.) So not only is Mandy Moore making cute, innovative tees, she's also finding a cure for cancer: A portion of proceeds from the lyric tees collection benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Which is much more than you can say for JLO's clothes or Jessica's Dessert.

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