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Where Is the Cast of The Real L Word Now? Fashion Edition

The Real L Word: From the Small Screen to the Fashion Scene

The Real L Word: From the Small Screen to the Fashion Scene

Clothing lines by the former stars are still hot, hot, hot.

Real L Word fans and voyeurs. It's been nearly five years since The Real L Word graced (grace probably isn't the right word, let's try this again) It's been nearly five years since The Real L World catapulted itself onto  on our screens. Since the premiere so many of the series' stars have gone on to do some pretty cool things, including many who've launched fashion lines. Today we're featuring a handful of the ladies who have started fashion lines. With the Holiday season among us, it's a chance to check out unique offerings that might make a great gifr for a friend or two, or even for you. 

First up Whitney & Sada started a clothing line called Cloth & Justice with a ladies and unisex section. Their goal is to provide "wearable art for men and women and all identities inbetween."

Whit is featured here in their "Tribe" T for just 32.00


Sada is seen here wearing The Good Life Jogger Pant for $48

Claire Campbell-Moesely co-runs O'Harrow Clothiers with her partner and GQ Magazine recently named pieces of their clothing "For the well maintained rebel."


The company features pocket squares, button downs and neck-ties made from rare imported fabrics from places like Tokyo, England and Italy and sewn together by hand. 



You may remember Vivian Wu as someone who dated a cast member (Claire) briefly on the show. She has gone on to create what I think is safe to say is the opposite of O'Harrow's direction, both personally and professionally, with Wu Designs. While there doesn't seem to be a cyber store for public offering, her commissions are featured on her Instagram account where she features, not only shots of herself, but shots of the clothing she's created for burners heading to Burning Man! Way cool. 

via Instagram 


Her work is extremely avant-garde and in her Instagram profile she describes her clothing as, "One of a kind pieces for your inner warrior." 

Lauren Bedford Russell went on to create her own high-end fine jewelry line, Lyon.

Lauren from The Real L Word,


The line features women's and unisex jewelry, with rings, cuff-links and earrings. Prices range from 1,000 - 4,000 dollars. 


Honorable mention goes to Kelsey Chavarria who has gone on to be the face of Sharpe Suiting, a gender queer suiting company that custom fits the entire range of masculine presenting persons. 

Last year, Dapper Q reported that Kelsey was starting a new online boutique featuring vintage clothing called Vintage by Kelsey. It appears to be dormant for the moment but I think its safe to say she'll be back curating in the fashion realm very soon. 

Who did we miss and what are they up to now that's fashion line related? Let us know in the comments below. 









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