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These days, it seems as if every famous person—and even some people who just a tiny bit famous—has a clothing brand with their name on it. Today, we heard that Trace Cyrus, brother of Miley Cyrus (and son of Billy Ray), frontman of Metro Station, has launched a clothing line called Southern Made Hollywood Paid. The collection features slogan and print tees, tanks, hoodies, and accessories emblazoned with the brand's name. Judging by the prices—$15 for sunglasses, $20-ish for tanks and tees, and about $40 to $50 for long-sleeve tops and hoodies—we're going to guess that these items aren't actually southern-made. Or, at least, not made in the southern United States.
· Southern Made Hollywood Paid [Official Site]
· Trace Cyrus is Southern Made Hollywood Paid [CocoPerez]