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Wearing White: Betty White's Clothing Line Debuts Next Month

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What can't Betty White do? The last Golden Girl standing is still going strong at 88. She's following up a record-setting appearance on SNL with a new series, and now she's "launching her own line of T-shirts and hoodies that will hit stores in August," says WWD. White is working with Van Nuys-based Jerry Leigh apparel to produce a line of t-shirts and hoodies that boast her image in a variety of artistic renderings. Forget White's senior citizenship--the hoodies are as plugged-in as you can get. They "feature washable earbuds and a jack to plug into iPods and MP3 players." A portion of the sales will benefit White's pet cause, the Morris Animal Foundation.