Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and wife Brittney have taken inspiration from their extensive travels and channeled it into a new fashion line they designed together. The couple will sell pieces from the new collection at a popup store in Nashville during CMA Music Fest. Dubbed Tribe Kelley, the collection of bohemian chic clothes and accessories will be available for purchase at the Lucchese Bootmaker shop on June 11 from noon to 4 p.m.
“As for the inspiration for Brian and I to start a clothing line together, that was obvious when we caught ourselves altering and cutting basically every piece of clothing we own,” wrote Brittney on the brand’s website. “Both Brian and I are blessed enough to be modern day nomads, venturing out to experience all walks of culture and vogue. We figured we would be missing an opportunity if we didn’t create a small capsule collection of our own.”
Kelley will be modeling some of the men’s collection from the new line at the event, which will also feature women’s suede pants, printed T’s, unisex caps, and much more. The clothing can also be purchased on the website.
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