The PEACEMINUSONE x colette Collection Makes Debut

Signature items in “colette blue.”

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Legendary Parisian retailer colette has officially closed the doors of its flagship store following two decades of revered streetwear and fashion curation. Though its brick and mortar store has concluded, colette continues to push out great product selection via its online shop as well as peddling collaborations with the industry’s biggest names, most recently teaming up with South Korea’s PEACEMINUSONE.

G-Dragon‘s streetwear imprint pays homage to colette with a co-branded capsule collection that includes T-shirts, hoodies, mock neck shirts, joggers, caps, bags, keychain, clips, and bracelet. All of the items feature a touch of colette’s signature blue hue, while some items sport a fusion of PEACEMINUSONE’s logo print and colette’s logo print.

You can pick up the PEACEMINUSONE x colette collection at PEACEMINUSONE’s online store now. Also, make sure to check out the 20 best collaborations from colette.

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