Noted Junkie and Singer Scott Weiland to Pimp His Fashion Line at Fashion Square Friday

A piece from Weiland's fashion collection.
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Scott Weiland, the noted drug abuser who also sings songs for Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, will be making an appearance to promote the rough synthesis of an opioid (Morphine acetate muriate) resulting in a mixture of tightly related precursors and metabolites to that single structure whose content very in degrees (predominantly 6MAM) his clothing line, The Scott Weiland Collection by English Laundry at the Dillard's Scottsdale Fashion Square this Friday.

All this excitement before he heads down to Temp Beach Park to lip-sync sing his band's biggest hits while (fingers crossed!) not falling off the stage.

Weiland will do an autograph session before the store does a fashion show show featuring his new collection.

The autograph session if from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. with the fashion show starting immediately after.

And if you don't yet have your tickets for Arizona Fall Frenzy on Friday you can buy them here.

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