Uber-developer Donald Trump (search) says he's about to cash in on yet another strong suit — his dashing duds.

The meticulously manicured millionaire — riding the buzz of the hit reality series "The Apprentice" (search) — will offer his own clothing line for up-and-coming executives, says Newsweek magazine.

"Trump's Signature Collection" — suits, shirts, ties, sport coats and maybe even golf wear — is set to debut in department stores as early as this fall.

As an extra bonus, the clothing will boast Trump's family crest.

"We already have tremendous interest," Trump said.

The line is being produced by clothing manufacturer Sheldon Brody, who said he knew he'd hit on a potential gold mine after watching male "Apprentice" hopefuls line up for auditions in three-piece suits and power ties.

"I think the Donald Trump brand [of clothing] will relate to the up-and-coming business people between 19 and 35," Brody told the mag. "The young people respect him."

"The Apprentice" — which pits budding tycoons against each other to attain the ultimate prize, a job in the Trump organization — is set to start filming its third season.

The show's second season premieres next month.