Girls Don't Cry & Union LA Join Forces on a Bold Capsule

Streetwear statement pieces galore.

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Emerging Japanese label Girls Don’t Cry teamed up with Union Los Angeles on an exclusive capsule collection. The collaborative offering is comprised of graphic hoodies, T-shirts, rugs, and keychains that are embellished with an array of bold colors. All items feature co-branded details and will launch on June 30 in-store at Union Los Angeles’ release event. An online release will follow on July 2. Prices range approximately between $10 USD and $250 USD.

Dj sets from Noodles, JUST DIMY & Vick Okada and food by Burger Lords will be available at the event from 2pm-6pm PDT. View the collection above and head over to Union Los Angeles’ official website for more.

In other fashion news, Russian technical clothing label KRAKATA recently opened a domestic flagship.

Union Los Angeles
110 South La Brea Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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Girls Don’t Dry x Union Los Angeles Capsule Collection

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