Kerry Washington to Help Launch ‘Scandal’ Clothing Collection

Kerry Washington

Gladiator’s can officially suit up this fall.

Kerry Washington teamed up with Scandal’s costume designer, Lyn Paulo for a time capsule collection with The Limited.

Inspired by looks from the show, the chain fashion store is suiting up their inventory to embody Pope’s epic wardrobe. Fans can officially mimic Olivia Popes’ signature jackets and wide leg trousers.

“People who love the look of the show can now step into this world in a way that is affordable and accessible because not everybody can afford to have the clothes they see on the show,” Kerry Washington said in the press release.

As the show gears up for its fourth season—sans Columbus short—the actress explained the inspiration behind the line:

“By creating a line inspired by the show, we are introducing a collection that embodies the elegance and power of the Scandal aesthetic for real-life gladiators and everyday fashionistas. The collection is a nod to our devoted fans, to fans of fashion and to women everywhere who are inspired to boldly pursue their passions and look good while doing it.”

The retailer, network, costume designer, and star are all involved, making this collaboration the first of its kind. Yes, the new mommy passed baby duties to her hubby, Nnamdi Asomugha, so she can put her Liv touch on the collection.

“It’s been really fun to have a voice at every stage of the production from picking buttons, choosing fabrics and weighing in on hair and makeup people,” she said about the process.

The 42-piece collection ranges from $50 to $250 and will be available in stores and online in September.

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