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The Recording Academy Debuts a Grammy-Inspired Basics Line

Photo via Grammy Label
Photo via Grammy Label

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The non-profit organization behind the Grammy Awards, The Recording Academy, is set to release a luxury line of basics this week. Meant to celebrate the ongoing relationship between music and fashion, Grammy Label is available for men and women and features soft graphic tees and hand-dyed tanks that are "truly inspired by musicians," notes the brand's creative director Caroline Rothwell.

Styles range from $50 to $120 and will be available for purchase starting February 6th at shops like Ron Robinson/Fred Segal to align with the 55th Annual Grammy Awards taking place on Sunday, February 10th. A portion of Grammy Label proceeds will benefit Grammy Camp, which is a live-in music industry camp.
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