Who says clothes don't make the girl?
Miley Cyrus has just landed a deal with Wal-Mart to produce a clothing line with designer Max Azria of Hervé Léger, BCBG and Max Azria fame. And thanks to the the megastore, tweens can sport their Mileyware at her fall tour.
Hot on the heels of Taylor Swift 's Wal-Mart line of l.e.i. sundresses and the Jonas Brothers' sweatervests, the "Miley Cyrus & Max Azria" label will include tops, pants, graphic tees, shoes and accessories all priced allowance-friendly and under $20. The goods will hit shelves, as well as Walmart.com, just in time for back-to-school shopping in early August—and her tour kickoff a few weeks later.
Wal-Mart is sponsoring the Miley Cyrus Live in Concert tour, launching Sept. 14 in Portland, Ore., and winding up 45 stops later in Miami.
As for those duds...
"We're really excited," BCBG Max Azria Group rep Patrick McGregor tells E! News.
"I love creating looks that are all about personal expression and individuality," the recently reupped Hannah Montana said in a statement. "Collaborating with Max Azria has been an amazing experience, and I'm really excited about launching this line with Wal-Mart. There's even more to come!"
In case the idea of Cyrus coming together with the designer sounds familiar, the pair shared a segment during the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards this year that had the starlet and Duane "The Rock" Johnson donning the same red frock. Miley also wore Hervé Léger to the Grammys in February and the London premiere of her movie last month. (Get a better sense of the Disney diva's style in our Fashion Spotlight: Miley Cyrus gallery.)
"Miley Cyrus is talented and approachable, so working with her sparked a line that is authentic and vibrant," the demure fashionisto said in a statement.
Meanwhile, tickets to Cyrus' tour go on sale June 13 via Ticketmaster.com.
See who else creates their own designer duds in our Celeb Fashion Lines Gallery