Betty White launches a clothing line What's next, a fragrance?

Betty-White-sweats.jpg Betty White, fashion designer? Before you start thinking pastel Polyester pantsuits and muu-muus, think again.  

As if hosting SNL and starring in her own TV Land series " Hot in Cleveland," wasn't enough, White is launching a line of very hip  T-shirts and hoodies that will be in stores in August.

The duds are being licensed through Jerry Leigh Apparel, a Van Nuys, Calif.-based clothing maker.

Targeting Generation Digital, the hoodies have washable ear buds and a jack to plug into iPods and MP3 players.

Portions of sales for the $28 Ts and $48 hoodies will go to the Morris Animal Foundation, an animal health organization.

Animal activist White is a trustee for the foundation. Check out her line at Hoodiebuddie.com