‘Gossip Girl’ Clothing Line - Sneak Peek

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Photo courtesy of Women's Wear Daily

Have you heard? Gossip Girl is launching a new clothing line, and we've got a sneak peek.

It's the show that helped land Blake Lively a Chanel campaign and made us reconsider headbands. So, isn't it about time Gossip Girl got its own clothing line?

After inspiring an Anna Sui Target collection and a range at Miss Selfridge in the U.K., our favorite sartorial-minded soap has recruited Romeo & Juliet Couture to design a collection that will hit Neiman Marcus, Kitson, and Saks Fifth Avenue this fall, Women's Wear Daily reports.

Set to début at the Coterie trade show on September 18 (eight days before the show's fifth season kicks off), the line will retail from $80 to $200, which means you don't need to be a Waldorf to afford it.

But, hey, you can at least look the part. Wannabe Blairs and Serenas can channel the show's glamour via fringed tops, feminine chiffon dresses, outerwear, and more. Handbags and accessories are in the pipeline for spring.

"This is Romeo & Juliet’s first entertainment venture, and Gossip Girl was a natural choice for a partner, as the show is synonymous with fashion,” says David Shamouelian, CEO of Romeo & Juliet Couture, which was tapped by show producer Warner Bros.

"We have done a handful of pop-up, short-term apparel projects in the past, but Gossip Girl by Romeo & Juliet Couture is the first to create a contemporary and accessible line of apparel that gives us a platform to bring that signature fashion inspiration to the public in a more significant way,” adds Sonia Borris, senior vice president, marketing and operations at Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Marketing.

Excellent. Now we just need to start auditioning Chuck Bass types to be our arm candy. A girl has to accessorize, after all.

For Gossip Girl inspired accessories, check out our interview with Michelle Trachtenberg on her new co-designed Stuart Weitzman pumps.