Soon, you can buy Taylor Swift-brand clothing on a Chinese website
Taylor Swift is taking her clothing line to China.
The pop star has teamed up with e-commerce company JD.com to sell her brand of dresses, sweatshirts and tops.
Starting next month, the items – all of which have been designed exclusively for the Chinese website – will go on sale on a new platform called U.S. Mall, which promises "authentic American" products, not knock-offs, reported CNN.
JD.com is the second largest e-commerce company in China, behind Alibaba Group, reported Bloomberg.
Screen grab of JD.com and its new platform U.S. Mall. PHOTO: JD.COM
The company said it has also signed deals with US brands Nautica Kids, Converse and Ocean Spray.
Swift will be visiting the country in November for the Shanghai leg of her 1989 world tour.
Sources: CNN, Bloomberg