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Dal Shabet, Guest Designers For A Worldwide Premium Denim Line

By Staff Writer | June 19, 2012 09:33 PM EDT

Dal Shabet, Guest Designers For A Worldwide Premium Denim Line
6 member girl group Dal Shabet have been invited as guest designers for a premium jean brand. (Photo : Happy Face Entertainment)

6 member girl group Dal Shabet have been invited as guest designers for a premium jean brand.

They have been chosen to be guest designers for Raven Denim, whose headquarters are in L.A. All proceeds from the sales will be given to charities and organizations.

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Dal Shabet's collection will be appearing in the Raven Denim 2012 F/W collection and will be sold starting in August in Korea, Japan, China, and other parts of Asia.

Raven Denim and women's only denim line Siwy have collaborated with many stars such as Megan Fox's husband, Brian Austin Green, Halle Berry, and Cameron Diaz. 

Back in May, Dal Shabet had commented that they had wanted to become a denim jeans model. They are honored to be able to help design these jeans and use the profits to help charities.

Photo: Happy Face Entertainment

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