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Uniqlo Scored Suno's First Fast Fashion Collaboration

Images by Uniqlo
Images by Uniqlo

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Suno, adored by many, affordable to few, have teamed up with Japanese fast fashion giant Uniqlo to create a "Japanese Americana" collection. Suno's design duos Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty are taking the ease of US dressing and marrying it with their bread and butter—prints—to create a range of florals and striped sleeveless blouses, t-shirts, tank tops, dresses, skirts, and jeans. Best news of all? The collection starts at $19.90 and is topped at $39.90. That's certainly something that Zara doesn't have. Get it on May 20 at Uniqlo locations and online.
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