has joined the ranks of celebrity rockers with clothing lines after signing up to design a range of vests, t-shirts, pants, hats, ties and scarves for the English Laundry empire.
Weiland launched his new line by wearing items from his collection during a concert at Wasted Space at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The former Velvet Revolver
front man collaborated with English Laundry designer Christopher Wicks on the line, which debuted at the Magic
trade show in Sin City earlier this week.
Weiland will compete for rock star design kudos with former Velvet Revolver band mate Matt Sorum, who is the big name behind clothing line Sorum Noce.
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