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Lauren Conrad Covers 'Teen Vogue' November 2010

Lauren Conrad Covers 'Teen Vogue' November 2010

Lauren Conrad rocks a Nanette Lepore dress on the cover of Teen Vogue‘s November 2010 issue, on newsstands Tuesday, October 19!

Here’s what the 24-year-old reality-star-turned-designer had to share:

On making a name for herself as a designer: “I’ve sacrificed and worked very hard to get where I am now. So whereas someone just getting out of fashion school may have to struggle for years to have the opportunity to start a clothing line, I’ve been working every single day since I was seventeen toward this. I’m also faced with different challenges. I go into meetings, and people have this preconceived notion of me that I didn’t work hard to get where I am.”

On Heidi Montag‘s plastic surgery and Jason Wahler‘s decision to join Celebrity Rehab: “They’ve moved on to a different life now. Being on a show like that is a lot more than people think. You’re thrust into the spotlight. There’s all this pressure to act a certain way. It’s hard to adjust. You have to decide early on whether or not you’re willing to do that.”

On her return to reality TV: “It’s going to be very different. I’m doing it on my own terms now. I get final editing approval. That was the only way I would agree to do it.”

FYI: Lauren finished her cover look with an In God We Trust necklace.

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25 Responses to “Lauren Conrad Covers 'Teen Vogue' November 2010”

  1. 1
    Vanessa Says:

    Worked hard to get where she is?
    Smh, she never even worked at Teen Vogue.
    The Hills was staged, big SHOCKER.

  2. 2
    tal Says:

    stunning

  3. 3
    Brooke Says:

    I remember not too long ago she came out of said that she was done with fame and she hated it and was tired of it, etc. and yet she’s doing ANOTHER reality show!? My goodness. Sounds like someone is addicted to the spotlight….

  4. 4
    shan Says:

    I like Lauren for the most part but I just wish she’d just simply stop the whole “I worked hard” thing and just simply say she’s incredibly lucky to have gotten on reality tv because otherwise she wouldn’t have a career in fashion.

  5. 5
    nat Says:

    Give me a break! She got the opportunity to do a clothing line because of her show, which was more about her life than her career–it didn’t even show her working on her line. What I have been able to see from her clothing lines, is that she has no imagination whatsoever. Her lines always consist of things that you can find at Forever 21. You want to see real designers, look a Jason Wu, Isabelle Toledo, those are real designers. LC is just a reality start, and that is why she is going back to it because she has realized that’s the only way to continue be relevant. Ten years from now, no one will remember who she is.

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    lainey Says:

    You know out of all of those fake fembots, and morons that were on that show, she is the only one who has made a legit career out of that “reality” show. i admire her, she didn’t have to resort to ridiculous plastic surgery, acting out in clubs, staging photo ops and all that other bull. Good for you Lauren

  7. 7
    TIM GUNN Says:

    @Brooke:

    No, dear, she will finance her 2nd clothing line in it’s entirely, while simultaneously garnering 100% managed public perception.

    it’s a brilliant business move.

  8. 8
    Ava Says:

    What a strange way to make a case for herself.

    “So whereas someone just getting out of fashion school may have to struggle for years to have the opportunity to start a clothing line, I’ve been working every single day since I was seventeen toward this.”

    What she wants to say is that she worked longer and harder than someone who got out of fashion school. That is a lie, of course.

    She ought to add that the person finishing those schools is most likely very talented and creative, but because they didn’t get known in a reality show, they will never be known.

    Way to disparage others while making yourself look good.

  9. 9
    TIM GUNN Says:

    @nat:

    Wrong.

    She is a teen designer with a sold-out collection at Kohl’s.

    Jaclyn Smith is one of the wealthiest women in Beverly Hills…from her Kmart line.

    Conrad is a very shrewd business woman.

    Conrad’s plan is obvioul, she will make her fortune designing low end for the masses, then create a high end line when she is older.

    However, she won’t beg for representation, like the Olsens’, she will be her own boss and fiance the line herself..and retaining all creative control and profit.

    Ms. Montag will be waiting tables at Waffle House.

  10. 10
    Lala Says:

    I like her, she is incredibly lucky to have gotten where she got. She’s made smart business moves, and she is in my opinion the best role model on tv for girls. No drugs, sex tape, excessive drinking, or eating disorder, while being beautiful and (at least appearing to be) sweet.

  11. 11
    Nahla Says:

    LC should go back to fashion if she wants to design another line.

  12. 12
    Steven Says:

    She is working hard the same way there is a blizzard snowstorm happening in New York City on Columbus Day 2010.

    She is a loser and delusional. If it wasn’t for her fake “reality” tv she would be the same boat with everyone else is after college trying to enter the fashion industry.

    Having a reality show at 17 is not working too..

  13. 13
    lexy hates bilson Says:

    OMG! Why is this loser on the cover of a teen magazine! Even if you are a crack wh@re mother you wouldn’t want your daughter taking advice from this deadbeat!
    -
    Let’s see more celebs like Ricky Martin & Pink – talented stars doing good things – not wanna-be deadbeats!

  14. 14
    Jonte Says:

    LMFAO @ the photoshop.

  15. 15
    mailey Says:

    no style, no talent. her covers should only be accompanied by headlines like “how to be totally generic” “10 ways to be bland with lauren whatshername” “blast from the past: the year 2005″

  16. 16
    amy Says:

    good luck lauren,love u ***

  17. 17
    nidyzylc Says:

    all i can say is all good things happens to good people….
    and she deserved all the good things happening to her….

  18. 18
    breckin Says:

    @mailey: haha. funny.

  19. 19
    barista Says:

    it’s def photoshop bec if u see non-touched up photos of her, u see she already has crows feet. no lie!

  20. 20
    elle Says:

    here we go again. I understand this is a gossip website and ppl want to express their opinion. Ok, she didn’t worked hard, she IS lucky because without The Hills she wouldn’t be famous but come on, that does not mean she’s not a good person or a good role model. She made good choices for her. In the current Hollywood, that should mean something…

  21. 21
    Caity Says:

    I really thought Lea Michele was supposed to be covering this issue. :/

  22. 22
    M Says:

    What is wrong with her face? They completely photoshopped her unrecognizable! She doesn’t even need to be photoshopped!

  23. 23
    Jenna Says:

    Hateful bloggers make me laugh with their comments. Calling her a no talent loser? Whatever makes you feel better about yourselves. Lauren has made good choices and good business decisions. She deserves credit for all she has accomplished at age 24. Who cares if she had a TV show on MTV. So did a lot of other young girls and you don’t see them as successful as Lauren. Best selling author, top selling clothing line for Kohls, 2 of MTV’s #1 shows and tons of magazine covers. Loser? I think not! She’s done nothing to deserve the mean comments…..except become successful. So it has to be jealousy. Go Lauren!

  24. 24
    fatburner Says:

    Cute

  25. 25
    back Says:

    Let’s see more celebs like Ricky Martin & Pink – talented stars doing good things – not wanna-be deadbeats!

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