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Vena Cava to Launch Lower-Priced T-Shirt Line, Viva Vena 2010-04-07 10:00:08

Vena Cava to Launch Lower-Priced T-Shirt Line!

Vena Cava designers Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock are no strangers to designing on the cheap. Remember their collaboration with Gap/CFDA? Now the designing duo has announced a lower-priced T-shirt line called Viva Vena. The fabrics will be jersey and organic cotton, but unlike many basic tees out there, they will include Vena Cava's signature prints. "We looked around and noticed that almost nothing was printed," Buhai said. The collection, retailing for under $200, will debut in July at Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Shopbop, and La Garconne.


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Talldiva45 Talldiva45 5 years
I agree w. the comments above - anything above $40/50 for a T-shirt is questionable in my book esp. in these times. A shirt better "bring IT" for that much $$ - ignorant is correct.
naziazholesusuck naziazholesusuck 5 years
my sentiments exactly running! just what i was going to say, hA! 200$ for a t-shirt?!!!!!! ludicrous. even 100 is ridiculous, even 80 is ignorant.
runningesq runningesq 5 years
I appreciate the sentiment, but $100+ for a tshirt is still too much money for me.
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