Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise's adopted daughter Bella is set to make a name for herself in her own right with a brand new fashion line.
Branding Herself A Superstar
Kidman-Cruise, 25, announced via her website that she's launching her own brand name, BKC, with a selection of super-cool crew-neck T-shirts.
"Bella has been an artist her entire life. Her go-to medium is marker on paper with her inspiration for her artwork drawn largely from friends, fashion, and music," her mission statement reads. "It has been a life-long dream of Bella's to put her art onto clothing; her brand new t-shirt collection is the first glimpse in the realization of this dream."
Kidman Cruise's debut collection boasts a variety of kooky graphic tees on sale for $85 each, which display sketches from her personal artistic portfolio. A monster with googly eyes and a woman with plump red lips and a blunt fringe feature prominently.
The 25-year-old adopted daughter of superstars Kidman and Cruise, who were married from 1990-2001, previously intended to be a makeup artist. She studied art in London but switched her focus after working with Cruise's then-wife Katie Holmes.
Changing Her Focus
Kidman-Cruise worked on Holmes' clothing line back in 2006. This, coupled with her lifelong passion for art and design, brought her back to fashion design.
She previously went by the moniker Isabella Cruise but appears to have integrated her mother's surname to brand her fashion line. Kidman Cruise lived with her father in L.A. following his split from Kidman in 2001. She was still a part of the Church of Scientology as of 2015.
That same year, Kidman-Cruise married British I.T. consultant Max Parker in secret. Kidman was quoted at the time as saying she was happy for her daughter, although, she was not in attendance nor was Cruise.
"She, like all mothers, wants her child to be happy, and it surely seems Bella is very happy," the source said at the time.
Superstar actors Kidman and Cruise adopted Bella along with son Connor following a long battle with infertility. Kidman spoke out about how adoption had changed how she felt as a mother.
"Children are children — you'll die for your children. And when you feel that as a parent — that's the unconditional love," she said back in 2011.
Kidman went on to play as an adoptive mother in 2016's Lion opposite Dev Patel, where she received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She spoke at the time about how drawing from her own life experience helped her with the role.