Miley Cyrus joins the celebrity designer 'Oops!' list.

Miley Cyrus might be the latest celebrity designer to come in contact with controversy — thanks to this whole unfortunate toxic jewelry thing (still less dangerous than listening to “Party in the U.S.A.” on repeat) — but she certainly isn’t the first. After the jump, a few clothing-centric scandals involving celebrity designers that made headlines.

  • In 1996 the National Labor Committee found that sweatshop labor was used to make clothes forĀ  Kathie Lee Gifford’s Wal-Mart line. And then three years later, a Salvadoran worker accused Gifford of forcing her and others to produce her line under poor conditions.

Cyrus might have a problem on her hands. But it’s hardly irreversible, right? Tell us, PopWatchers: Will you buy her new line once the jewelry meets industry standards?

Image credit: Albert L. Ortega/PR Photos; Chris Hatcher/PR Photos; Sylvain Gaboury/PR Photos

Comments (9 total) Add your comment
  • Tupelo

    What are you gonna do? She obviously can’t be tamed.

    • Ryan


  • Lizzy

    Nope. I’m not going to buy her jewelry, or Beyonce’s Perfume, or Jessica’s hair extensions….

    The quickest way to get me to NOT guy something is to smack a famous person’s name on it.

    • Sarah

      I’m totally with you there…esp since the suff usually costs 10 times more just b/c their name is on it.

  • Madd

    She had a jewelry line?

  • jinksy

    Yeah, I’m so sure she actually makes all the jewellry…this is lame. Luv you Miley.

  • Patricia Hurley

    Maybe some of these “celeb” designers should consider manufacturing in the U.S where we have stricter standards. It is just all about greed – it’s cheaper to go to China!!!

  • Jonathan K.

    Thank you for the article. I really enjoyed reading it. Can you also write or let us know where to find quality silver rings? or jewelry.

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