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Hillbilly Chic and Wal-Mart: Together At Last

Miley Cyrus: Fashion Designer

ts-childMiley and fashion designer, Max Azria have “teamed up” to design a new line of clothes and accessories “inspired by Miley’s rock-and-roll roots.” Does Miley have rock-and-roll roots? I imagine their partnership to be something like this.

Max: Ok we need to make some decisions on what color to use. What color do you want to make these shirts?
Miley: Puppy color.
Max: Sweetie, we have been over this. Puppy isn’t a color.
Billy Ray: Hey now, if my little girl wants a puppy color shirt you better make it happen Mr. Big Time Fashion Designer.
Miley
: Is BBQ sauce a color?

To no one’s surprise, Wal-Mart is behind this. Pieces will include tops, pants, graphic tees, shoes and accessories, all priced under $20 dollars. Isn’t sweatshop labor great? It really helps to keep the cost low so Wal-Mart can pass the saving onto you.

Miley was all smiles and rainbows when it came time to talk about her new cash cow.

“I love creating looks that are all about personal expression and individuality,”

Adding

“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 other news, after Dina Lohan heard about this, she smacked Ali on the back of the head with a phone book for not having any marketable talent.

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June 5, 2009 - Posted by | Celebrity Shenanigans, Culture Critic, Fashion | , , ,

4 Comments »

  1. Remember when celebrities were stars, and they practiced being really good at ONE thing, like acting? Or even in the day of musicals, they acted, sang and danced…but on screen. And really, they mostly stuck with one of the three as their special talent.

    I miss having people who are really good at the one thing they try really hard at.

    Instead we have all these multi-hyphenated people who at best mediocre in all their hyphens…

    There seems to be a correlation between lack of actual talent and the number of things a celebrity tries to be good at…

    Comment by TheHobo | June 5, 2009 | Reply

  2. I concur, hobo. Also, can we add that youth does not equal talent. I’m tired of these empty-headed,talentless, spoiled, messed up starlets. Please and thank you.

    Comment by randoUm | June 6, 2009 | Reply

  3. They stopped being celebrities and started being brands.

    Comment by oneofthevoicesinmyhead | June 6, 2009 | Reply

  4. truth, everyone loves to be a brand. cultural crime number 4583 that can be traced directly to paris hilton.

    Comment by baby fish mouth | June 6, 2009 | Reply


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