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"You Can't Go to School Dressed Like That" – Madonna Dishes On Lola's Style

This August Madonna’s line with her daughter Lola will be debuting exclusively at Macy’s. Material Girl is a funky, fun and fashion forward line made for the teen market and will be sold in their junior department.

Madonna discussed Lola’s style and her influence on the line as well as the morning battles of what Lola tries to get away with style wise. Madonna said:

“I always have two reactions to when Lola comes into my room with an outfit on. One is ‘oh my god, she looks amazing, what incredible style,’ Then my second reaction is ‘she’s dressed completely inappropriately for school’. So I have to think with two brains. Because she has kind of a uniform at her school, there’s a restriction of what world of color she can work with. There’s a restriction so it makes her have to be more creative and more resourceful. All those elements put together as well as her influences, watching films, watching music videos, she pays attention to what’s going on in the industry and what people are wearing.

She’s much more fashion forward and savvy then I am at this point. I usually ask her to take off the three inch or six inch platforms…and to pull her skirt down just a little bit and to take off some of the black eye makeup from around her eyes. Because she does have amazing style but I am the typical mother where I say, ‘you can’t go to school dressed like that.’”

Check out the video here and pieces of the collection right here.

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