The Gold Coast Bulletin

LABEL DROPS LINE LINKED TO LORI

- EMILY HALLORAN emily.halloran@news.com.au

GOLD Coast fashion label Princess Polly has withdrawn a clothing collection designed with US influencer Olivia Jade Giannulli.

The label, operating from a Burleigh warehouse, axed the clothing from its website after Ms Giannulli’s famous mother Lori Loughlin, a Full House star, was allegedly involved in a US college admission scam.

Princess Polly also deleted Instagram posts promoting the line and unfollowed the 19-year-old on social media last week.

Ms Giannulli had worked with the brand for four years and paired up to release 10 items of clothing from tops, pants and jackets, selling for $60 and $110 a piece.

The ‘Princess Polly x Olivia Jade’ line launched in December when Ms Giannulli told her 1.9 million YouTube followers and 1.4 million Instagram followers.

“I’m so grateful I got to create my first ever clothing collection with Princess Polly, a brand I have loved since I was 15,” she said in a YouTube video.

The Bulletin contacted Princess Polly but they did not respond for comment.

Ms Loughlin and her designer dad Mossimo Giannulli, were charged by the FBI for allegedly paying $500,000 bribes to get her and her sister into college.

Since it broke Ms Giannulli has lost brand deals with top beauty labels.

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