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New York Knick Amar'e Stoudemire and Rachel Roy might be working together on a line of clothing for Roy's Macy's collection. Page Six couldn't get confirmation from anyone involved in the story, but a rep for Stoudemire did say that he and Roy have "had conversations."
The 6'10" power forward is known for his interest in fashion. He was spotted in the front row of Tommy Hilfiger's show this past Fashion Week, which must have been fun for whoever was sitting behind him. And around that time, he told Page Six magazine, "I make sure that every time I step out of the house, I'm feeling comfortable and fashion-forward." Page Six speculates that the label will consist of women's clothing. It could debut at Macy's next fall, right around the time the Karl Lagerfeld collab launches.
· Amar'e, designer teaming up [Page Six]
· Karl Lagerfeld Gets Excited About "Mass Elitism," Works With Macy's [Racked NY]