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Keith Urban launches T-shirt line

Keith Urban launches T-shirt line

T-SHIRT TIME! Keith Urban plans to enter the fashion world. Photo: Associated Press

Country singer Keith Urban is launching his own line of custom-made T-shirts.

The “American Idol” judge is adding the title of fashion designer to his resume with a new collection inspired by his own relaxed style of simple T-shirts and jeans.

Urban has teamed up with designers at clothing company Industrial Revolution II, which is a “socially responsible garment” manufacturer, to create the By Keith Urban line.

He says in a statement, “I’ve always loved cool, interesting T-shirts and wanted to share that passion… We’ve created a collection we love that is manufactured with the philosophy of reinvesting back into the communities and the team members.”

The unisex collection is available for purchase on Urban’s official website.

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