Taylor Swift debuts clothing line, Ben Harper adds more dates
Taylor Swift has officially expanded to the fashion world, debuting her new Chinese clothing line at Hong Kong's Fashion Week.
The superstar's line, which features crop tops, T-shirts and sweatshirts with Swift's name and lyrics, is in collaboration with Nashville-based Heritage66 and is exclusive to Asia.
Ben Harper and his backing band, the Innocent Criminals, have tacked a North American leg onto their 2016 world tour in anticipation of an impending new album.
The alt-rock outfit, which reunited last year after a seven-year hiatus, will begin working the U.S. tour trail a little more than two months after the April 8 drop of "Call It What It Is."
The roadwork begins June 23 in Redmond, WA, and continue for another 10 stops. The current schedule wraps up with a Aug. 25 performance in Tempe, AZ.