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The Limited collaborates with ABC's 'Scandal' for collection inspired by character Olivia Pope

In this publicity image released by ABC, Kerry Washington is shown in a scene from the series

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In this publicity image released by ABC, Kerry Washington is shown in a scene from the series "Scandal." Clothing retailer The Limited has teamed up with “Scandal” star Kerry Washington and its costume designer Lyn Paolo to create a collection inspired by the series, it announced Wednesday, June 25, 2014. They’ve come up with 42-looks in all, made up of tops, pants, jackets and outerwear. The Limited “Scandal” collection goes on sale in late Sept. (AP Photo/ABC, Randy Holmes)

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Do you want to look like Olivia Pope? It's handled.

Women's fashion retailer The Limited has teamed up with "Scandal" star Kerry Washington and the show's costume designer Lyn Paolo to create a collection inspired by ABC's hit inside-the-Beltway series, the company announced Wednesday.

There are 42 looks, including tops, pants, jackets and outerwear.

The Limited described the clothing as "sophisticated professional" with a neutral palette, tailored leg trousers and chic feminine blouses.

The collection will go on sale in late September.

Last year, Paolo, with Washington's input, curated window displays for Saks Fifth Avenue by dressing its mannequins like "Scandal" characters. The displays featured clothing by high-end designers such as Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Donna Karan and Carolina Herrera.

"Scandal" will return for its fourth season this fall.

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Online:

http://www.thelimited.com/features/new-arrivals?icid=IBAC-8000655

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