If you can’t get enough of IKEA, then you’re in luck; You will now be able to wear IKEA. With Spanst, the homeware company introduces its own minimalist street-style clothing line.
There are very few things the Swedish retailer can’t do it seems, and clothing is not one of them. IKEA is launching its own clothing line in collaboration with L.A.-based designer Chris Stamp.
The collection is, predictably, minimalist and mostly black and white. The inspiration clearly comes from the streetwear vibe and is designed for the urban lifestyle. Fun touch, some garments feature the coordinates of the first ever Ikea store in Sweden as well as those of the first Stampd shop in the US.
The clothing line is designed for “young, aesthetically-conscious consumers living active, urban lifestyles,” according to a statement.
The entire line is made to be affordable, with hoodies around the $25 mark, T-shirts at $10 and hats just around $7. Now for the bad news: the collection will be available for a limited time and in the US only.
So, IKEA forever?
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