SNEAK PEEK: Miley Cyrus & Max Azria's Design Collaboration!

08/03/2009 at 12:06 PM ET

Michael Kraus

When Miley Cyrus and Max Azria’s collaboration was first announced, Miley played model to give us a glance at what was to come. And now, we have even more of Miley Cyrus & Max Azria for Walmart to share. From plaid shirts to high-waisted shorts, the line clearly takes its cues from the young star’s style. “I wanted to finally make something that was for girls my age. Something me and my friends would wear,” Miley tells PEOPLE. “But I’d say anyone from age 8-80 can enjoy this line.” While we can’t exactly see our grandmother rocking all of Miley Cyrus & Max Azria, we definitely get a funky teenage vibe from it. “My inspiration for the line is kind of an edgy UK style,” Miley says. “Every time I go to Europe I love going to all the funky stores. I wanted to be able to bring those fun styles to the girls of America.” And though the line just hit Walmart’s shelves, Miley is already playing favorites. “I love the leggings. I’ve seen leggings like our Miley & Max ones that are about $500. Ours are so affordable and they look super chic!” With all the styles in the line priced under $20 fashionistas will be able to stock up on all their favorite Miley & Max looks– like these great pieces! Try the Buffalo plaid tunic, high-waist shorts or blue ruffled-front top for just $12 each and for only $7 you can snag the yellow pleated tank. Now that’s what we call a style steal! Shop Miley Cyrus & Max Azria for Walmart now at walmart.com.Tell us: Will you be buying Miley Cyrus & Max Azria for Walmart?

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Wendy on

Nope!

Sophia on

omg why would a classy brand like max azria team up with miley and walmart – the two UNclassiest things in the entire universe?

Mason on

No, CUZ IM A BOY! but i do like that yellow shirt it will be a good seller for the line (PrObAbLy!) GO MARRY AN OOMPA LOOMPA BRITNEY SPEARS!

Pamela on

I do like the yellow shirt. Im just happy that someone is finally making clothes that are affordable!

lisa on

I already took my 12 year old daughter to Walmart and checked out the line, some of it is really cute. We picked up a few shirts, sneakers and other stuff. My daughter looked great in it. Plus it is not expensive either

Sara on

I actually work for BCBG and have seen this new line and think its gonna rock! Looks like walmart is moving on up!

Chrystal on

I actually saw the line yesterday at Walmart, reasonable prices and some really cute stuff. I’m 28 so I wouldn’t wear alot of it but they do have some really cute stuff, Love the ruffle shirt above in several different colors

Meg on

I don’t know how she can say she helped design any of these pieces when they’re things you can go find at Urban Outfitters or any other trendy hipster store. It’s great that these styles are being made more accessible, but why give Cyrus and Azria any kind of style/design credits? Might as well just be upfront with one’s intentions. Cyrus is involved because young girls will buy clothes with her name on them just because her name is on them. And I guess Azria adds some credibility to Cyrus’s “designs”.

Jill Parsons on

I saw this in Walmart. What a joke. If you’re over 17 yaers old, don’t even think of looking at this garbage!

michalea on

I think all the clothes are so cute. I already have that ruffle shirt.

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