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Nordstrom and Hanes Teamed Up on a Cool Collab You Can Actually Afford

The list of collaborators includes everyone from Ban.do to Krink Graffiti Markers.

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Photo: Nordstrom

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Olivia Kim’s “Pop-In” at Nordstrom has already pulled off some pretty cool shopping events this year, from a series that highlighted K-fashion and K-beauty to a collab with Goop and a shop that replicated the inside of a computer.

The Pop-In usually strikes a pretty good balance of high-low culture and price points, and nothing exemplifies that better than this month’s collab, which just dropped this morning: a collection of Hanes tees made in partnership with over 40 brands, artists, and personalities. Prices range from $40 for most of the T-shirts to $215 for a T-shirt dress by Nicopanda layered with baby pink tulle.

While the tees are (obviously) unisex, the collection includes pieces for men and women, plus kids and toddlers. To give you an idea, you’ll find everything from shirts depicting pop-culture icons like Michael Jackson ($40) and Marilyn Monroe ($40) to cute toddler tees with illustrations of smiling fruits by Brooklyn artist Alessandra Olanow ($40). All shirts are limited edition and will be for sale until September 24th. And for reasons I can’t explain, fidget spinners are also included in the collab, priced from $12 to $28.

Since you can never have enough good T-shirts, shop our favorites below or check out the full collection here.

The campaign for the collection was shot in a laundromat.
Photo: Nordstrom