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Engaged Miley Cyrus Hits Fashion Trade Show: Liam Hemsworth To Open Clothing Line?
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Engaged Miley Cyrus hit the Project New York Trade Show on Monday and dropped some surprising tip about her fiancé Liam Hemsworth.
Hemsworth, who said he is “inconsistent” in his fashion choice, may be trying to start a clothing line, according to his soon-to-be wife.
Miley Cyrus appeared at the trade show together with fashion industry pals Natalie Levy, cofounder of fashion line Grey Ant, and Maxwell Osborne, cofounder of Public School.
At the after party, the 19-year-old starlet allegedly told the fashion show’s attendees that she was there because Liam was curious about branching out into fashion, according to Women’s Wear Daily.
Miley “told partygoers that Hemsworth is interested in starting a men’s wear line of his own and discussed the ins and outs of the business with fellow revelers,” according to WWD.
Miley Cyrus, who often gets media attention for her ever changing fashion and style, doesn’t care how her beau dresses, Hemsworth revealed in a recent interview with InStyle.
“She doesn’t care” about his fashion, he said.
“My style is very inconsistent. One day, I’ll put together a cool outfit, and the next, I’ll look like a homeless person,” Liam said candidly. Quite simple and laid-back – could that be the secret of his hotness?
“Mostly I’m a T-Shirt and jeans- Levis or Nudie. I purchased a couple of Converse hoodies the other day. They make really good, soft cotton sweaters. But I stole this Vince shirt from the InStyle shoot,” Hemsworth spoke of his fashion choices.
In the same interview, Hemsworth described Miley Cyrus as his “ideal woman.”
“She’s extremely happy and has a sense of humor about life. And she has taught me you can step back and not take everything so seriously. Happy, positive, fun- those qualities are good in anyone,” the Hunger Game actor said.© 2013 Fashion & Style.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Jul 25, 2012 10:13 PM EDT