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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - 'Gossip Girl' star Kelly Rutherford is working on several fashion design collaborations including one with Cynthia Steffe where she will be doing three dresses for each collection.

She's also the new face of Peter Thomas Roth skin care line.

Her first big break was on the soap opera, 'Generations.' She also went on to star in 'Melrose Place.'

"It was a wonderful show in the way 'Gossip Girl' was. It was a family. It was a great group of people to work with. I feel very fortunate," said Rutherford.

Her most recent starring role in 'Gossip Girl' was another dream job.

"When we wrapped I thought it was the best year of my life and they said 'Kelly it was five years.' It went by so fast. I wish it had continued," said Rutherford.

You can keep up with Kelly Rutherford on her website. She shares fashion, beauty and green living insights at KellyRutherford.com.
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