Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott is joining the ranks of country artists like Carrie Underwood, Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild and Maddie & Tae in stepping into the fashion world.

The country singer has revealed that she recently teamed up with HSN for a new fashion line, appropriately called LaBellum. The clothing line will launch on April 1 as part of HSN's Music City Nashville event.

LaBellum is described as "bohemian, chic styles with decorative details to flatter every woman, giving them the confidence to live their best stylish life." The 22-piece collection includes fringe wraps, peasant tops, acid-washed denim and studded moto jackets, Women's Wear Daily reports. Prices for the collection range from $49.90 for a hi-low knit tank top to $169.90 for a beaded canvas jacket.

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Scott is scheduled to appear on HSN on April 20 and 21 to promote her new fashion line.

“Fashion is such a fun expression of yourself, so I’m really excited,” she says in a press release. “HSN has completely embraced my ideas and has helped bring to life a line that hopefully every woman will love. I’ve already started wearing some of my favorite pieces and can’t wait to share the entire collection!”

Scott and her bandmates will be keeping busy this year. The trio recently announced a tour with Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young, as well as dropped their brand new single, “You Look Good.” They are set to release their sixth studio album, Heart Break, on June 9.

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