Amanda Bynes is all business as she makes her way back into the public, and the actress is serious about starting her own clothing line.
According to documents, obtained by The Blast, Bynes recently made the move to lock up "Vintage By Amanda Bynes," for a myriad of products, including clothing, soaps, perfumes and cosmetics.
The former star of "She's The Man" lists that she'll be making jewelry under the "Vintage" moniker, including bracelets, necklaces and charms for keychains.
As an example of something she plans on selling, Bynes included an antique looking key with "Vintage By Amanda Bynes" scrawled on the object, in what appears to be white paint.
The trademark filing also lists 32-year-old Bynes' father, Richard, as a trustee for the legal entity she's filing under, as the star is still under a conservatorship for the next two years.
Since her, self proclaimed, drug-induced meltdown from the public, Bynes has gotten sober and received her Associates of Art degree from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.
She recently gave an interview and expressed that she wanted to put her fashion degree to use, but first wants to get back into acting.
Always key to have a backup plan.