Madonna is poised to earn $5 million this year for her “Material Girl” clothing line at Macy’s, while Jessica Simpson is expected to bag $1 billion–not a typo–from her various clothing and accessory lines, vying for the richest-entertainer-turned-
No word on how much John Malkovich is making from his new men’s line, Technobohemian. The clothes are as eccentric as he is. Polka-dot blazers, collar-less Japanese denim jackets, paisley poolside drawstring pants. Although a Technobohemian overcoat averages $3500 (we’re talking a special kind of bohemian), Malkovich says he’s not too concerned about sales: “I don’t want a trillion-dollar empire to run.” That’s too much work, apparently, even with Siri’s help. So he’s kept his day job. His latest film production, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, starring Emma Watson (who produces her own made-in-Italy, organic cotton fashion line for teens, People Tree), will be out this month.