STEVEN TYLER Performs At Launch Party For ANDREW CHARLES Clothing Line (Video)

Nylon magazine threw a party this past Friday (October 14) to celebrate the release of the new Andrew Charles women's and men's contemporary collection. AEROSMITH singer Steven Tyler, who in June was named the face of the rock 'n' roll-inspired fashion line, surprised the guests at the party with an impromptu performance. Check out video footage below.

The new Andrew Charles women's and men's contemporary collection is being developed by Music Entertainment Sports Holdings (MESH), a division of LF USA. Tyler and his 22-year-old daughter, Chelsea, an artist and aspiring model, will be featured in an ad campaign and Tyler will make personal appearances when the Andrew Charles women's and men's sportswear is shipped exclusively to 100 Impulse departments of Macy's.

"I grew up on AEROSMITH and Steven Tyler," said Andy Hilfiger, creative director and president of marketing. "I've always loved his music and style. In his own wardrobe, Tyler mixes leather, leopard and scarves, and is known for his animal prints and his accessories. I've always loved his music and his style."


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