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ASOS, Nylon Made the Sweatshirt The Man Repeller Couldn't

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NYLON magazine has teamed up with London-based e-tail stalwart ASOS to create a sweatshirt bedazzled in neon pom-poms. They're billing it as the "perfect music festival-friendly cropped sweatshirt," but it might be better explained as the shirt Leandra Medine of The Man Repeller wishes she made. Last fall, when Medine designed her collab with PJK, Man Repeller X PJK...Just Sayin, that Jane Siskin, president of parent Jaya Apparel Group, "is very smart and said we just can't put fur pom-poms on everything!" Yes: This sweatshirt is so man-repelling, Medine wasn't even allowed to make it.
· The Man Repeller x PJK Collection Will Not Feature Fur Pom-Poms [Racked