( starpulse.com ) - Angelina Jolie's style has inspired a new clothing line to be debuted at the upcoming Los Angeles Fashion Week. The high-flying Tomb Raider star's clothing choices have had a major impact on designer Alvin Valley and he's created a new collection to pay tribute to the actress and humanitarian. Valley's new line is also inspired by America's first licensed female pilot, Harriet Quimby. Valley tells online blogger Marc Malkin, "Harriet designed her own costumes for piloting. She was really an original and also a pioneer and a strong sort of woman. (And Jolie), she's not just some girl who gets into a limo, and it's all about that and a bodyguard. I think that girls who fly their own planes are pretty cool." Now, Valley, who regularly styles Sharon Stone and Kate Winslet, hopes his new collection will prompt Jolie to give him a call. He adds, "I'd just love to style her completely... I think she should stick more with sexy suits and pants. I think she's sexier wearing that than a dress."
Angelina Jolie inspires aviation fashion collection
19 March 2007 14:10 (UTC+04:00)