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Penn State Fashion Goes B.I.G.

Did you know Biggie Smalls’ daughter goes to Penn State? Well, she does (she’s a business major), and she’s starting her own clothing line in honor of her legendary father.

T’yanna Wallace is definitely not your average Penn State student. The nineteen-year-old has combined her passion for fashion with the legacy of her father to create a new fashion line, aptly called “Notoriouss.”

The line was fittingly released on May 22, one day after what would’ve been Biggie’s 41st birthday.

With pricing on all of her products around $25, T’yanna definitely had her college peers in mind. We hope, however, that she creates a few pieces tailored for her fellow Penn Staters. A Notoriouss Nittany Lion, perhaps?

You can check out the new Notoriouss lineĀ here.

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