Actress and comedian Amy Schumer can now add designer to her CV, as she reveals she’s breaking into the fashion industry with her own inclusive clothing line for women.
The new collection of wardrobe essentials will exclusively be available online at Saks Off Fifth starting Dec. 13 and will carry sizes from XS (0) to XXL (20), ranging from $38 to $248 USD ($50 – $330 CAD).
The 23-piece ready-to-wear collection includes tops, pants, skirts, jumpsuits and much more and is created with fabrics that feel “as light as a cloud” when worn.
“My instinct is to be authentic and to empower women of all ages and sizes to do the same. We are making beautiful, comfortable and wearable clothing that is accessible to real women,” Schumer explained to WWD. “A Le Cloud customer will feel confident and powerful when wearing these pieces. We take our product seriously, but not ourselves.”
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@lecloudclothing is at saks OFFFFFFFFF 5th. Not saks 5th. Saks off 5th is a discount store. This line is for all women. We made it as inexpensive as humanly possible without sacrificing the feel and look of it. Quality control! 38 bucks up to our most expensive item is 238 bucks but it’s a fucking cashmere coat so ya know. Most things are under 100 and they are forever pieces. But we will be using the skin of children to make the material for our ponchos. Cool?
The “I Feel Pretty” star’s clothing line will also be doing some good as 30 per cent of the net proceeds will be donated to Community Partners, a not-for-profit organization in support of the Stylefund project, a program founded by the duo in 2017 that aims to empower women through fashion.
Although the line doesn’t include maternity pieces, the comedian – who’s expecting her first child in the spring – says that the clothes are cut in a way that will fit “those big belly days.”
Check out Schumer’s full interview with WWD here.