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United Bamboo for Madewell Brings Back Collab Giddiness

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Thuy Pham and Miho Aoki via Getty

It's been a while since news of a collaboration rendered us weak in the knees with anticipation (the Target-Neiman Marcus collabopolypse doesn't count, as that's more of a shock and awe situation), but get this: United Bamboo designers Thuy Pham and Miho Aoki are creating a collection for Madewell and it's slated to debut this fall. Get excited for all the architecturally focused streetwear, innovative patterns, and duffle coats you can manage on one credit card for a very Madewell price (according to Lucky, one silk blouse will run you a relatively affordable $125). Kick your collab shopping training into high-gear while you wait for exact dates of the collection's arrival.
· United Bamboo to Design a Line for Madewell This Fall [Lucky]
· All Madewell Coverage [Racked]