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Westside boutique chain Planet Blue has taken the leap into fashion design, with the launch of a new in-house collection dubbed "Black Label". Full of ditsy floral prints, floor-sweeping skirts and shoulder-baring necklines, the line of tops, skirts and dresses is pretty much in line with the shop's usual beachy, boho fodder, as are the prices (ranging from $92 for a silk tank to $225 for an off-the-shoulder minidress). The main draw, however, is that each item only comes in an edition of 15 pieces, meaning they probably won't be popping up at the outlet any time soon.
·Debuting Black Label [Planet Blog]
· Chaos Reigns at the Planet Blue Pop-Up Sale [Racked]