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Will Smith launches ‘Fresh Prince of Bel Air’-inspired clothing line

By Reuters
03 October 2019   |   1:51 pm
Will Smith launches ‘Fresh Prince of Bel Air’-inspired clothing line on Oct. 1, Will Smith announced the release of his unisex clothing collection called Bel-Air Athletics.

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