Young Hollywood is a store in the Starplaza that specialises in designer clothes worn by various young celebrities, as well as fashion collections. The stock is limited, much like LE, Antidote, Runway and Strike a Pose, and sells very quickly due to its small selection (typically 10 or less outfits per release). There have been a total of 25 collections since its initial release.
Royalty members, Superstars and regular users are all eligible to purchase these items, but each of them require a hefty amount of Stardollars. The store first launched in June 2011, followed by the second collection September of that year. The most recent collection, released in August 2016, features outfits from the recent Teen Choice Awards. Celebrities such as Jessica Alba and Sarah Hyland, each had their outfits featured in the collection.
The first collection was released on the 11th of June, 2011, and kicked off the official launch of Young Hollywood, representing the outfits worn by young actors, actresses, singers and other young celebrities. This was a pretty large release, as most of the newer releases have been quite small and feature much less than they used to.
The second collection of Young Hollywood was released on September 19th, 2011. Due to its release so close to the first, it has been considered one of the worst collections.
The third collection was released on September 14th, 2012 - almost an entire year since the second collection. It was a big improvement and many of the items sold out extremely quickly. The collection featured the outfits of many young actors who attended the Grammys of that year.
The fourth, fifth and sixth collections were very small, and only featured approximately 2 outfits at a time. In May 2013, the outfits of Blake Lively and Madonna were featured, wearing Gucci and Givenchy respectively. On August 20th of the same year, Lady Gaga's outfit from the Applause music video was released, featuring 5 different clothing items worn by the famous singer. The sixth 'collection' was released on October 3rd 2013, and did not feature outfits worn by young stars. Instead, these were everyday outfits that differed from the typical fancy style of the other collections. Only three outfits were released.
Taking a break from the small collections, the seventh collection was much larger and was released on the 28th of October, 2013 (just days after the sixth collection had sold out). This was a Halloween inspired collection, and featured outfits worn by various celebrities at a multitude of Halloween parties.
The eighth collection went straight back to short and sweet, with the release of three new outfits on the 12th of November, 2013. Each outfit was inspired by Sao Paulo Fashion Week 2014, and was modeled by Gisele Bundchen and Isabel Goulart.
The ninth collection of Young Hollywood was inspired by the Golden Globe Awards and was released on January 14th, 2014. Each outfit was inspired by Elie Saab Spring 2014 (worn by Taissa Farmiga), Prabal Gurung Spring 2014 (worn by Zoe Saldana), and Christian Dior Fall 2013 Couture, worn by Jennifer Lawrence.
The tenth collection of Young Hollywood was inspired by the Oscars Red Carpet and was released on the 3rd of March, 2014. It was another mini collection, only featuring 3 new outfits. The outfits were inspired by Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace, Lupita Nyong'o in Prada and Michael B. Jordan in Givenchy.
The eleventh collection was inspired by the Met Gala and was released on the 6th of May, 2014. This was another mini collection, and featured 3 new outfits. The outfits were inspired by Givenchy worn by Naomi Campbell, Zac Posen worn by Liu Wen and a Thierry Mugler dress worn by Georgia May Jagger.
The twelfth collection was a complete floor of pieces, which was the first time the collection had expanded since its Halloween collection in October 2013. This collection was released on the 22nd of August, 2014, and featured many different designers and celebrities. The Fausto Pugsili dress worn by Kendall Jenner and the Adam Selman dress worn by Rihanna are the two most famous and popular pieces from this collection, and they are currently the rarest.
The thirteenth collection went back to becoming a smaller collection, with only three outfits released on January 12th, 2015. The outfits were inspired by Altuzarra Spring 2015 (worn by Rihanna), Chanel Spring 2013 (worn by Chloe Moretz) and Balmain worn by Alessandra Ambrosio. The Balmain dress was accidentally released as a Level 127 item, which made it near impossible for most dolls to buy. This was quickly resolved once the issue was found.
The fourteenth collection of Young Hollywood was inspired by the Grammys and was released on the 10th of February 2015. Four outfits were on display, including Taylor Swift in an Elie Saab dress and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, Kim Kardashian in a Jean Paul Gaultier dress, Rihanna in a Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress and Madonna in a Givenchy outfit.
The fifteenth collection was released on the 26th of March 2015 and is the smallest collection to date, with only 3 different pieces available. The items were a hairstyle inspired by Kim Kardashian, and two necklaces (one inspired by Balmain and another by Lanvin). Both of these items were worn by Kim Kardashian during a pre-Grammy celebration. On the next day, March 27th, Stardoll released four new outfits inspired by Givency and Dries Van Noten (worn by Kanye West) and Balmain, worn by Kim Kardashian.
The sixteenth collection of Young Hollywood was inspired by various celebrities at the Met Gala, and was released in May 2015. The outfits were inspired by Givenchy (worn by Beyonce), Guo Pei worn by Rihanna (including a headpiece), and Roberto Cavali worn by Kim Kardashian.
The seventeenth collection was known as Celeb Weekend, and featured a new celebrity each day, from Friday the 19th of June 2015 through to Sunday on the 21st. The first celebrity to be featured was Gigi Hadid, and featured pieces worn by the model. The second day of Celeb Weekend featured Kendall Jenner, and included two outfits inspired by her. On the last day, Taylor Swift was featured wearing a school girl outfit and holding a cat and purse (which sold out incredibly quickly).
On the 31st of August 2015, the eighteenth collection of Young Hollywood was released, and featured a multitude of Red Carpet outfits worn by famous stars. Prices ranged between 20 Stardollars and 200 Stardollars and featured a total of 12 different celebrity outfits.
The nineteenth collection of Young Hollywood was released on the 11th of November 2015, with a teaser posted by Stardoll on their Twitter page. The collection was named Callie's Secrets, in reference to the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show that ran the night of the announcement. When the collection was released, many of the clothing items were unable to be purchased due to an error on Stardolls behalf. Not long after its release, the storefront was taken down and re-released a few hours later, featuring Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner's outfits from their debut on the Victoria's Secret stage.
The twentieth collection was released on November 20th, 2015, and was also inspired by Red Carpet outfits (similar to collection eighteen). Prices ranged between 32 Stardollars and 200 Stardollars, and the Riri Top was the first item to completely sell out.
On the 19th of February 2016, the twenty-first collection was released. This collection was inspired by the Grammys and featured outfits from Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift. The prices ranged between 40 Stardollars and 175 Stardollars. Lady Gaga's entire outfit was only available for purchase by Superstar members only.
On March 4th, 2016, the twenty-second collection of Young Hollywood was released. This collection was inspired by the Oscars, and featured another outfit worn by Lady Gaga, including multiple gowns from celebrities such as Margot Robbie, Jennifer Lawrence and Charlize Theron. The prices ranged between 41 Stardollars and 158 Stardollars.
On May 4th 2016, the twenty-third collection of Young Hollywood was released. This collection was inspired by the 2016 Met Gala, featuring outfits from known stars such as Claire Dane, Katy Perry and Demi Lovato.
The twenty-forth collection of Young Hollywood was released in July 2016. The outfits were taken from the Spring/Summer 2016 collections, featuring outfits worn by Kendall Jenner, Kristen Bell, Blake Lively and Victoria Beckham. Some items did not completely sell out.
The twenty-fifth collection of Young Hollywood, was released on August 20th 2016. The theme for this collection was based on the 2016 Teen Choice Awards, featuring outfits worn by Maddie Zeigler, Jessica Alba, Sarah Hyland, Ashley Benson and more. Items from this collection are still available for purchase in the Starplaza.The twenty-sixth collection of Young Hollywood, was released on September 1st 2016. It was inspired by MTV Video Music Awards 2016 red carpet outfits. It featured Balmain top and skirt and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes worn by Hailee Steinfeld, Bao Tranchi navy blue dress worn by Nicki Minaj and Geroges Chakra jumpsuit worn by Hailey Baldwin.</p> </p>The twenty-sixth collection was released on December 16th 2016. It was called Best of 2016 and it featured outfits inspired by Gigi Hadid,Solange Knowles,Selena Gomez and Ariana Grande. It also featured Rihanna 2015 Grammys dress which already was in 14th collection. While this collection still was in Starplaza, four more mini collections were released. </p> </p>The twenty-seventh collection was released on January 20th 2017. It was mini collection inspired by 2017's Golden Globes. Outfits were inspired by Emily Ratajkowski, Hailee Steinfeld and Blake Lively. </p> </p>The twenty-eighth collection was released on February 16th 2017. It featured only two outfits inspired by Rihanna and Maren Morris.</p> </p>The twenty-ninth collection was released on March 1st 2017. It was inspired by Oscars 2017 and it featured Zuhair Muard top and skirt worn by Chrissy Teigen, Givenchy dress worn by Emma Stone and Ralph & Russo dress worn by Priyanka Chopra.</p> </p>The thirties collection was released on May 31st 2017. It was inspired by 2017's Met Gala red carpet. Outfits were inspired by Rihanna in Comme des Garcons, Mary Kate Olsen in Rei Kawakubo and Zendaya in Dolce&Gabbana.</p> </p>