When we first heard Sean Avery got an internship at Vogue, we didn't think he'd actually show up, much less work on fashion shoots, features, or attend the couture shows. No, we thought the whole silly story would just go away as suddenly as it broke. How naïve we were! Avery not only has fit right in with the lovely ladies on the twelfth floor, but he's branching out into the wonderful world of fashion! Fashion Week Daily reports that Avery is rumored to be starting a fashion company with best friend Lauryn Flynn, who recently left Calvin Klein, where she was director of celebrity services. The two plan to work as celebrity stylists, and they've already incorporated their company name. "We want to get it back to the point where girls don't worry about what Us Weekly says," Avery told the FWD. "It's about expressing individual style and just wearing what's cool. I'm totally consumed by fashion. We want to help them bring their individuality back."
So stay tuned for the next chapter of Sean Avery: Official Fashion Force. He's bound to get even bolder. We can already see him dressing Paris Hilton in (gasp) Gareth Pugh. Or Mary-Kate Olsen in (double gasp) Monique Lhuillier. At this point, anything's possible.
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