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Florida Georgia Line singer launching clothing line

Florida Georgia Line singer launching clothing line

FLORIDA GEORGIA CLOTHING LINE: Brian Kelley, left, and Tyler Hubbard, of Florida Georgia Line. Photo: Associated Press/John Shearer/Invision

Florida Georgia Line star Brian Kelley is creating a new clothing line with his wife, Brittney Marie Cole Kelley.

The “Cruise” hitmaker is adding fashion designer to his resume with a venture called Tribe Kelley, which will launch later this year.

Details about the collection are scarce, but a post on the brand’s official website describes the line as “a way of life”, adding, “Being apart of ‘the Tribe’ encourages uniqueness and individuality in a world of conformity.”

Kelley, who married his wife last December, also has a clothing line with his bandmate Tyler Hubbard called Can’t Afford Not To, which is set to debut in October.

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