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Thursday 27 November 2014

Avril Lavigne going solo with clothing line

Avril Lavigne
Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne is going to fly solo with her junior collection.

The 26-year-old Canadian singer has sold her Abbey Dawn clothing range of punk-influenced wear at Kohl’s in America for nearly three years.

The star is venturing away from Kohl's and will launch her own complete junior's collection in the spring of 2012, reported WWD.

It will include sportswear, denim, bathing suits, footwear, purses, dresses and active wear, all the while maintaining a punk-rock theme.

Avril is also set to take her clothing brand Abbey Dawn internationally from Friday.

As of December 17, the blonde-haired star will launch her own e-commerce site which anyone around the world is able to buy from.

The singer is also bringing out a menswear collection featuring hoodies, T-shirts and caps, which she said is inspired by her brother Matt Lavigne and likely to be sharper and darker.

"I think about my brother and I think about my band. It's for the guy who's into brands like Metal Mulisha - just edgier," the singer told WWD.

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