Country music singer Hillary Scott, colead singer of Lady Antebellum, has linked with HSN for a fashion collaboration.
Called LaBellum, Scott’s entry into fashion is a modern, bohemian collection that will be launched exclusively on HSN in April as part of the retailer’s month-long Music City Nashville event.
The event focuses on Nashville and the artists and designers that define the city’s culture and spirit. From fashion and accessories and jewelry to electronics and culinary offerings, the assortment of products and programming throughout the month aims to highlight the attractions of Nashville.
Scott’s 22-piece collection comprises fringed wraps, peasant tops, acid washed denim, studded moto jackets, faux suede vests, lace tops and accessories, including a belt and cross-body bag. The assortment retails from $49.90 for a hi-low knit tank with lace detail to $169.90 for a beaded canvas jacket.
Scott will appear on HSN on April 20 and 21, and her collection will be available on HSN.com, starting April 1. Scott will return to HSN in July with her second collection.
Lady Antebellum, the Grammy-winning trio, recently released their new single, “You Look Good,” and will release their sixth album, “Heart Break,” on June 9.
Lady Antebellum first performed together in August 2006 and signed a record deal in 2007. Since 2008, Scott and Lady Antebellum have received seven Grammy awards, seven Academy of Country Music awards, six Country Music Association awards and CMT Artists of the Year honorees in 2010 and 2011.
Last summer, Scott recorded a Grammy-nominated gospel album, “Love Remains” with her mother Linda Davis and family.