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Two of our city's top purveyors of all things effortlessly cool have joined forces to simplify your wardrobe. Early next month, sustainable retailer Reformation and tattoo shop/lifestyle brand Black Banditz will roll out a two-piece capsule collection of chic women's basics inspired by three items that every dude definitely has in his closet: a white tee, a jean jacket and a sweatshirt.
"Reformation originally reached out to us about doing a party together," explains Black Banditz co-founder Dan Regan. "But after meeting the crew, there was a lot more synergy there than we expected, so we decided to move forward on a collab. We went down to their factory/showroom and began working on creating timeless basic pieces that a girl would steal from her boyfriend's house. The results are an oversized soft white washed-out tee and his denim jacket with a touch of his sweatshirt sleeves for that layered look, without all the layers."
Stay tuned for where to shop the Reformation x Black Banditz boyfriend tee ($95) and jacket ($195) when they hit stores early March.
· Black Banditz [Official Site]
· Reformation's Yael Aflalo Loves Mondays and Frank Ocean [Racked]