Jaden Smith wants to "bring out" a new clothing line.
The 18-year-old actor - who plays the role of graffiti artist Marcus 'Dizzee' Kipling in 'The Get Down' - has admitted he customised his characters wardrobe in the style of American artist Jean-Michael Basquiat and would like to continue personalising garments on his own for his label MSFTSrep.
He told the Metro newspaper: "I wouldn't normally write on my clothes, but I decided to write lines of my poetry on them as Dizzee and I think I'll keep doing it on my own.
"I could bring out a clothing line with them."
And 'The Pursuit of Happyness' star has revealed his style is simple, which sees him wear the same outfit for two weeks "straight" in a bid to stick to "basics".
He explained: "Sometimes I wear the same stuff for two weeks straight. Like these shoes, two weeks straight. I almost don't need any stuff. I really want to get down to the basics."
Meanwhile Jaden - who is the son of actor Will Smith, 47, and his 44-year-old wife Jada Pinkett Smith - has often been spotted in public wearing skirts and nail polish but has admitted he doesn't care what people thinks of him and his outrageous ensembles.
Speaking previously, he said: "You just have to believe in yourself, you know.
"The world is going to keep bashing me for whatever I do, and I'm going to keep not caring. I'm going to keep doing the same things - I'm going to keep doing more things."
The 'Karate Kid' star - who launched his fashion and lifestyle brand and collaborated with Korean designer Choi Bum Suk in 2013 - has huge ambitions for the range.
He explained: "[I want to] inspire and change the way people think about clothing and about life."