Lauren Conrad Talks Fashion with NYLON

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Lauren Conrad - whom you probably know from The Hills - made an appointment with NYLON's fashion team this week, and not surprisingly, the staff there was all about the chance to meet one of our favorite celebrities.

She really is that pretty in person, according to the publication, and showed up looking more like a Disney princess than even Amy Adams in Enchanted.

Beautiful Lauren C.

And yes, she's also really nice, sharply smart, and actually kind of funny:

"The first two seasons of my clothes are all named for my friends," Lauren Conrad explained, "But then, you know, I totally ran out of friends!"

And as for those clothes: She's into her third season of the Lauren Conrad fashion line, which is all made from jersey cotton that's made in downtown L.A.

The line ranges from $40-220, available to buy online or at Intermix, and the pieces layer well (or so we're told), deal with all different body types, "and they're machine washable AND dryable!" exclaimed a beaming Lauren.

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umm... is her stuff American Apparel with a differenty lable? It all looks the same to me and all of AA's clothing is made in downtown LA out of jersey cotton... I'm just asking because I like Lauren's stuff - but you can get the same thing at American Apparel for less money, more locations, and more color choices.