Miley Cyrus Talks Walmart Clothing Line, Gears Up For Fall Tour

Miley Cyrus is teaming up with BCBG designer Max Azria for the “Miley Cyrus & Max Azria Clothing Line.” It will be sold at Walmart which will also present her fall tour.

The rocking teenager explained that her new collection with Max at the retailer is a representation of the personal style which fans see her wear on a daily basis.

“I was very involved with the designing,” Miley explained in an interview from Walmart to promote the line. “But mostly what they would do is… because everyday there [are] always like paparazzi shots and stuff, they’re looking at what I wear everyday and kind of putting it into the line.”

Miley’s line will consist of items that are “comfy… and girlie and also just casual,” she explained. She added that the line will offer a “pop and punk twist” to the clothes.

Although she’s a singer, fronts the Disney Channel show “Hannah Montana,” and stars in movies, Miley said that teaming up with Max has so far been a career highlight.

“Working with Max Azria, is probably one of the most fun things I’ll ever do, because he’s like me,” she enthused. “He never stays just right on, we’re like watching movies, and eating dinner, we’re doing everything you know, and that’s pretty much how I am.”

Miley’s line is set to launch in late August, just a few weeks before she kicks off her new tour.

Miley is set to play a host of venues on the multi-month trek which begins September 14 in Portland, Ore. And wraps up December 2 in Miami.

September 14th Portland, OR Rose Garden

September 16th Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome

September 18th Oakland, CA Oracle Arena

September 20th San Jose, CA HP Pavilion at San Jose

September 22nd Los Angeles, CA Staples Center

September 23rd Anaheim, CA Honda Center

September 25th Glendale, AZ jobing.com Arena

September 26th Las Vegas, NV Thomas & Mack Center

September 29th Salt Lake City, UT Energy Solutions Arena

October 2nd Omaha, NE Qwest Center

October 3rd Kansas City, MO Sprint Center

October 4th St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center

October 6th Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills

October 7th Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena

October 9th DesMoines, IA Wells Fargo Arena

October 10th Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center

October 12th Tulsa, OK BOK Center

October 15th San Antonio, TX AT&T Center

October 18th Dallas, TX American Airlines Center

October 20th New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena

October 21st Memphis, TN FedExForum

October 23rd Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena

October 24th N. Little Rock, AR ALLTEL Arena

October 27th Chicago, IL United Center

October 29th Mineapolis, MN Target Center

October 31st Louisville, KY Freedom Hall

November 1st Lexington, KY Rupp Arena

November 3rd Washington, DC Verizon Center

November 4th Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center

November 5th University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Center

November 7th Newark, NJ Prudential Center

November 8th Newark, NJ Prudential Center

November 9th Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden

November 12th Hartford, CT XL Center

November 15th Clevland, OH Quickens Loan Arena

November 16th Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse

November 18th Long Island, NY Nassau Coliseum

November 19th Long Island, NY Nassau Coliseum

November 22nd Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum

November 24th Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena

November 25th Nashville, TN Sommet Center

November 28th Columbia, SC Colonial Life Arena

November 29th Atlanta, GA Philips Arena

December 1st Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum

December 2nd Miami, FL American Airlines Arena

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