Whitney Port has her eyes on a certain former Mouseketeer, and it’s not Justin Timberlake or JC Chasez.
The single City star, 24, crushes on Ryan Gosling, who starred on the Disney Channel show from 1993-1994.
“I think he’s super-talented and really sexy,” she tells me with a laugh.
Good choice! I was once introduced to the Oscar-nominated actor, 28, at a Mickey Mouse Club alum-heavy Buzzfly concert in L.A. (Keri Russell, Tony Lucca, Damon Pampolina, Dale Godboldo, and of course, Chasen Hampton, were in the house.) He was super-sweet, and even gave me a kiss on the cheek.
Ryan exemplifies everything Whitney likes about her man’s style.
“I like them pretty simple,” she says. “A t-shirt, jeans and sneakers is fine by me. I don’t need the guy to care much about what he wears.”
Like her dream guy, this bi-coastal beauty aspires for the classic look, and tries to avoid the latest craze.
“I like pieces that I can wear no matter when,” she says. “If I’m going to spend my money on something, I want it to last for awhile. I’m not much of a trend-savvy person. I like what I feel most confident in. It doesn’t necessarily have to be in style.”
But the reality star, who moonlights as a designer for her own Whitney Eve line, won’t bash those considered to be fashion disasters.
“I don’t really have a pet peeve with fashion, because I feel like if the person wants to wear that, then they should be entitled to wear it,” she says. “I think what you wear is a reflection of who you are as a person, so I don’t think anybody should hold that against you.”
Pick up the OK! on newsstands now to find out how Whitney has made her designing dreams come with her fashion line, Whitney Eve. Also, check out Whitney Eve in stores at Nordstrom, Barneys New York, Kitson and whitneyeve.com.