Tracee Ellis Ross Launches Accessories & Home Capsule for JCPenney

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Tracee Ellis Ross

Golden Globe award winner and star of ABC’s Black-ish is launching a fashion, accessories and home capsule collection, exclusive to JCPenney and hitting this holiday season. Daughter of icon Diana Ross, Tracee was always surrounded by fashion, starting her fashion career as a model and contributing fashion editor to Mirabella and New York magazines.

“We are thrilled to bring Tracee’s style to life with her first-ever retail collection,” says Jodie Johnson, senior vice president of women’s apparel, jewelry, footwear and handbags for JCPenney. “Known for her fresh, bold and confident looks, it’s no wonder that women seek to emulate Tracee’s style. Infused with her unique design aesthetic, the ‘Tracee Ellis Ross for JCPenney’ capsule collection offers an affordable selection of stylish and gift-able items that gives customers another reason to shop us this holiday season.”

“It’s been my lifelong dream to design a line of clothing to utilize my love of style and clothes and to create a collection accessible to everyone that empowers women to embrace their joyful spirit,” adds Tracee Ellis Ross. “At the same time I thought why not expand the joy of getting dressed into a few beautiful home décor items? These pieces add a special touch when entertaining friends and loved ones this holiday season, giving some sparkle and joy.”

Apparel items will be offered in sizes small to 3X, with prices ranging from $29 to $74 and can be accessorized with handbags, totes and scarves, ranging from $19 to $24. Sleepwear items will range from $17 to $34. Ross’ holiday collection also extends to home accessories with a curated assortment of items including throw pillows, dessert dishes, high ball glasses and more, ranging from $12 to $19.

Beginning Nov. 12, customers can find the Tracee Ellis Ross for JCPenney collection in a shop-in-shop plus at jcp.com/TraceeEllisRoss.

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