Ellen DeGeneres Debuts an Affordable Clothing Line With Walmart — and She's Giving Us All the Details
Just when you thought Ellen DeGeneres couldn't make you smile any more than she already does, she launches a cool and accessible clothing line. EV1, her collaboration with Walmart, is now available online! The best part? Everything is under $30. The collection is filled with statement-making sneakers, graphic tees, comfortable denim, and much more.
Ellen gave POPSUGAR the lowdown on her line inspired by love and inclusivity. Read on to learn more about the collection and let out a few LOLs as well. I mean, it's Ellen — of course she'll make you chuckle.
POPSUGAR: If you could describe how you want someone to feel when he/she is wearing one of your items in one word, what would it be?
Ellen DeGeneres: Confident.
PS: What's your favorite go-to outfit from the collection?
ED: The love denim jacket paired with the white sneakers. I would also recommend adding a shirt and pants if you're going to leave the house.
PS: What do you put on when you want to feel the most confident?
ED: A cape. And if that's at the cleaners, then a bomber or denim jacket and my favorite jeans and a great pair of socks.
PS: What's in your Walmart shopping cart?
ED: The entire EV1 collection plus a griddle.
PS: Who is your style icon?
ED: My wife.
PS: Are there any special details from the collection customers might not see right away that you hope they notice?
ED: Almost all of the items in the collection have red thread woven throughout, and the denim styles have an E enamel rivet. You might not notice it at first, but I love that it's there because it subtly spreads the color and message of love.
PS: Can we expect any fun additional releases for the holidays?
ED: Of course, but I can't say too much. We'll have new denim and we'll have some great giftable items for your friends and family. Or, let's be honest, for yourself.
PS: What's the one item of clothing or trend you'll never try?
ED: Low-waisted jeans. Don't need 'em, don't miss 'em, never will.