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February 02, 2011  | by: Jaclyn Hendricks

Stars Jessica Lowndes, AnnaLynne McCord, and Jessica Stroup model the new Bebe collection in the Jan. 31 episode of 90210

If you’re anything like me, then you love watching The CW on Monday nights, catching up with your favorite set of West Beverly besties and the elite Upper East Siders on 90210 and Gossip Girl, respectively.  Though I love (and at times, obsess over) the designer fashions sported by Manhattan’s GG elite, this year the teens from California’s hottest zip code may be the most stylish.

Following designer Ann Sui’s Gossip Girl-inspired collection for Target, contemporary clothing store Bebe is debuting a similar line for young women, simply titled “Bebe for 90210.”  The Jan. 31 episode already gave viewers a preview of what to expect the actual line will be like once it hits stores and Bebe’s website on Feb. 10.

“It makes perfect sense because there is a natural synergy between our Bebe brand and the adventurous energy and sexiness portrayed by the characters on the show,” said Bebe founder Manny Mashouf.

The soon-to-be released collection will include dresses, blouses, and suits, moderately priced between $59 to $159.  These pieces are sure to be staples in any fashionista’s spring wardrobe.  After catching the last episode of the hit series, one outfit I’m already adding to my wish list is the winter white jacket and pant suit modeled by AnnaLynne McCord’s character Naomi Clark.

Unless, of course, this Monday’s episode debuts a new piece that’s more worthy of my Amex.

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