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Rebel Wilson's Name Is All Over Her Torrid Capsule Collection

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Comedian and Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson's limited-edition holiday capsule collab with Torrid is now available in stores and online. Prices for the collab start at $16.50 for a two-finger "Rebel" ring and top out at for a $98.50 faux leather jacket. There are quite a few novelty tees emblazoned with stars, Rebel's first name, and koalas, presumably because she's from Australia. But the collab also offers holiday party-friendly black scuba dresses and faux leather pants, jackets, and midi skirts.

This is just the beginning for the actress's design efforts with Torrid, which sells apparel and accessories for women sized 12 to 28. "The next collection comes out in February, and it's got a totally different color palette," she told Refinery29. "It’s all denims and whites, and there’s patches, and it's very different than what’s here today. But because I feel like, as I’m an actress, I’ve played different characters, and I like exploring different moods and different feelings. That’s what these little collections will be."