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February 18, 2013  | by: Victoria Garcia
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Ever since her spin-off The City, Whitney Port has sort of dropped off the face of the earth. So what has the 27-year-old reality star been up to for the past few years?  Port has been keeping busy launching her struggling fashion line Whitney Eve.

I know I’m not the only one who misses watching Port battle it out with Olivia Palmero. But those days are long behind her and Lauren Conrad’s BFF is still indulged in the fashion industry. From what I remember, her newly established clothing line was sophisticated and simple, just like Port.

She recently designed and launched her Whitney Eve for Proper Attire condom line. Yes, a condom line.  Proper Attire is in a partnership with Planned Parenthood and offers fashionable condom packaging. The goal is for women to feel more comfortable buying condoms and encourages protection. Who wouldn’t want a designer condom?

She has joined the likes of other designers Christian Siriano, Rebecca Minkoff, Charlotte Ronson and Alexander Wang to work with Proper Attire. I thought it was a little strange that Port would join such a project, but joining a project that not only helps a popular charity but gets her designs out there was a smart move for Port.

What do you think of Port’s condom line?

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