Self Made and colette Reveal Last Ever Collaboration

Reworking the store’s classic logo.

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As colette prepares to close its doors later this month, the influential Parisian store has released a string of farewell collaboration including joint pieces with Advisory Board Crystals and PSG. The latest link up sees colette work with Self Made, a brand based between Paris and Florence.

The collaborative T-shirt comes in either black or white and features colette’s iconic logo of blue circles embroidered on its front. The pieces is then finished with both Self Made and colette branding, which is embroidered in white and blue below the collar on the back of the tee.

Self Made’s colette collaboration has already dropped — and sold out — once, but the tee is set to restock on December 16. colette has also recently worked with Travis Scott and Saint Laurent for a special edition vinyl.

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