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After weeks of teasing on Instagram, LA model and designer Erin Wasson has finally unveiled her mystery project: a line of T-shirts and stickers. Although the range is void of the bohemian details we're used to seeing from our favorite Venice hippie, it still feels very Wasson, thanks to unapologetically blunt phrases sprawled across the designs.
Tees are $65 and come in six styles in either black with white font or white with black font. Rebellious expressions include "Ignore the It girl", "Nobody Cares" and "I'm wearing black until they make something blacker." All but that last phrase also come in sticker form, which you can grab for $3 a pop. If you're ready to show the world that you just DGAF, shop 'em here.
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