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Kelly Osbourne's collection inspired by toilet water

Published 09/11/2015

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne found inspiration for a fashion collection while cleaning the toilet, revealing the water turned “a cool lime green”.

The former panellist on TV show Fashion Police keeps busy by designing pieces for her line Stories… by Kelly Osbourne for HSN. Kelly thinks about clothes all the time and often feels inspired to create a new piece at the strangest of times – even while doing household chores.

“I was cleaning my toilet and the water turned a cool lime green,” she revealed to Us Weekly. “I ended up using the colour scheme for a collection!”

Kelly isn’t just content with designing clothes, and the 31-year-old star will soon be seen on Lifetime’s spinoff show Project Runway Junior. She is a judge in the competition which sees wannabe designers aged between 13 and 17 battle it out in a series of challenges.

Fashion is a great way to show your personality, and Kelly says the kids competing in the show feel confident and willing to reveal their true colours. Being involved in Project Runway Junior has also taught Kelly a lot about clothes and opened up new avenues to her.

“These kids are loners [at school] who go home to their sewing machines,” she explained. “But when we put them all in a room, they come alive.

“I’m going to do a line for juniors because they inspired me so much. And I never thought I could pull off the boho look, but one contestant convinced me.”

Kelly is known for her fiery personality and doesn’t hold back for her latest TV venture, admitting she has clashed with fellow judges. Also on the panel is Christian Siriano, who won the fourth season of TV show Project Runway, and Kelly doesn’t always see eye-to-eye with him.

“Christian is good at technical stuff, but can be a d**k!” Kelly laughed. “I found myself slapping him with my scorecards, like, ‘Can you shut up, please?’”

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