The 19-year-old singer was shot modeling the tee, which boasts the S.M.H.P. acronym and a peace sign/dream catcher design on it. We have no doubt that Miley had her input in the shirt, since she has a dream catcher tattooed on her side.
The shirt is the first item from Southern Made Hollywood Paid's winter line, and proceeds from its sale will go to the Miley Cyrus Foundation.
If you're wondering where the name of the label came from, Trace grew up in Tennessee and says he'll always consider it his home. "I have always had a love for fashion, and the opportunity presented itself to have a clothing company of my own and I really wanted the name of it to represent me," he says.
Trace adds, "That is why I decided on Southern Made Hollywood Paid. I feel it tells a lot about my life, my story, and me. I love any way to express myself and that's why I started SMHP." The Trace and Miley's collaboration tee is on sale now at S.M.H.P.'s online store for $28.