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Heidi Klum for New Balance

If anybody watched the latest season of Project Runway, you will remember the episode when Heidi had the designers create a few looks for her new sportswear line with New Balance. Andy South won and contributed several looks for the collection, such as a graphic black and white dress and graphic striped zip-up hoodie.  Considering I find every excuse to wear leggings and oversized sweaters to the library (even though the line is meant to be for working out or being “active”), when I was watching the episode I thought to myself that I would wear every single one of these pieces.

Check out the lookbook here – even though she was attempting to create a line for the everyday woman, I don’t know too many people who would drop $160 for a zip-up hoodie or $80 for a pair of leggings (albeit they do have “novelty zippers”).

What do you think of the line? I am not too familiar with the going rates for sportswear pieces, but my reaction is cute, yes, but overpriced. But just in case my mom is following my Her Campus posts like last year, I wouldn’t be against any surprises under the Christmas tree.

Joanna Buffum is a senior English major and Anthropology minor at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.  She is from Morristown, NJ and in the summer of 2009 she was an advertising intern for OK! Magazine and the editorial blog intern for Zagat Survey in New York City. This past summer she was an editorial intern for MTV World's music website called MTV Iggy, writing fun things like album and concert reviews for bands you have never heard of before. Her favorite books are basically anything involving fantasy fiction, especially the Harry Potter series and “Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell” by Susanna Clarke. In her free time she enjoys snowboarding, playing intramural field hockey, watching House MD, and making paninis. In the spring of 2010 she studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, and she misses the friendly, tall, and unusually attractive Danish people more than she can say. After college, she plans on pursuing a career in writing, but it can be anywhere from television script writing, to magazine journalism, to book publishing. 
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