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Collina Strada Genderless Tee

$ 75
Collina Strada Genderless Tee. Beige T-shirt with genderless symbol embroidered on the front.

• Fits true to size 
• 100% Cotton
• Machine wash cold
• Made in USA

Heather is 5'10", S top, size 2 pant

She is wearing a size S

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New York City Collina Strada represents independent humans embracing a positively fluid attitude in their wears. The line is known for its inventive shapes in everyday wardrobe staples. New York transplant, Hillary Taymour, the mastermind behind Collina Strada, uses her presentation with her brand as a platform to address issues that are important to her.

For this Fall/Winter collection, the Collina Strada designer — who's been advancing a language of languid, luxe utilitarianism since 2008 — created her collection about the prospect of leaving it. "Hillary Taymour wants off of this lousy planet, and we can't say we blame her."