Miley Cyrus and Max Azria Team Up for an Affordable Clothing Line for Walmart

06/03/2009 at 10:15 AM ET

courtesy of Max Azria

When Miley Cyrus took to her Twitter page to announce that she “wanted to let yall know i am making a hugggeee announcement at 7 am tomorrow. cant wait for yall to hear the news,” we thought it would be about her upcoming world tour. It turns out that the teen superstar is joining forces with fashion great Max Azria, the mastermind behind BCBG and Herve Leger, to design an affordable line for Walmart. Many of the Miley Cyrus and Max Azria looks are inspired by Miley’s rock-and-roll roots. Pieces will include tops, pants, graphic tees, shoes and accessories, all priced under $20! “I love creating looks that are all about personal expression and individuality,” said Cyrus. “Collaborating with Max Azria has been an amazing experience, and I’m really excited about launching this line with Walmart. There’s even more to come!” She’s even her best model! But don’t run to the store quite yet — Miley Cyrus & Max Azria will not hit Walmart stores until early August Tell us: Will you buy Miley Cyrus & Max Azria’s collection?

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gia on

i can’t believe this but…yes

nicole on

yes! definetly i LOVE her style and max is amzing! so this will be amazing!

Ede on

Walmart, Target, Kohl’s, Kmart…they all get their product from the same factories in China. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that Target’s stylish facade equals responsible sourcing or sustainability. Walmart is doing more to make the world a better place than most people realize. It is just that in most minds big=bad. In the case of Walmart big=big change coming…

lola on

I will never buy clothing that is made in China or comes from Walmart. Walmart is a horrible company that screws its workers and sources its products from slave labor. For anyone who has ever been out of the country you will see that Europe is all real designer. Some pieces are made in China, but not %95 of clothing like here in the USA. In Europe most everyone has Dior and other high end pieces filling their closet and they can afford it.

The more junk from China that we buy, the less our money and economy is worth. Now that the standard is Walmart, real American- made products are unaffordable and only Americans are to blame. Ignorance is not an excuse. Do you really need 10 $5 tee shirts and 10 $2 flip flops that will fall apart after a few wears?


I’m a big fan of BCBG and I’m sure they will be offering quality and style to every single piece in this new line for Miley, I also belive in this country and I’m sure all american companies importing or manufacturing in China or some other countries around the world are being regulated and monitored to make sure they follow our importing and manufacturing laws.

Catherine on

Well… I’ll take a look while im looking at taylor Swifts clothing line called L.E.I at walmart too

:D on

it there cute ill buy them (:
but i can pull off anything , so yes id probably buy it.

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megan on

I love Miley Cyrus and cant wait for this clothing line to come out!

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