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Comedy Central series Broad City is partnering with L.A.-based fashion brand Wildfox on a capsule collection that would make any fan shout “Yas, kween!“
The 22-piece line offers tees with the words “yas” and “feminist hero,” as well as tops featuring weed-leaf patterns and black-and-white doodles by Mike Perry, who does the drawings for Broad City‘s animated intros. The collection is priced from $64 to $158.
Two designs from the collab — Yas Middie tee ($64) and Yas Yas Yas Sommers sweater ($118) — will benefit the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center in NYC, with 100 percent of proceeds donated to the nonprofit organization.
“We are extremely excited to have worked alongside Wildfox in creating the Broad City capsule collection. And we’re thrilled to donate 100-percent of proceeds from the two styles featuring the word ‘YAS‘ to The Center. While ‘YAS‘ was popularized by our show, it has a long, rich history in drag queen culture and communities of queer teenagers of color,” said Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, co-creators and co-stars of Broad City. “In celebrating The Center, we honor youth who’ve suffered and lost their lives just for being themselves.”
In August, the show also collaborated with LoveHoney on a 14-piece range of branded sex toys (including vibrators, lube and butt plugs with Broad City-approved names like The Vulvarine, Pegasus Pegging Kit and the Ass of an Angel Butt Plug).
Broad City‘s season four finale episode aired Dec. 6.
The Broad City x Wildfox collection is now available at Wildfox’s retail locations and wildfox.com. Select styles will be available at Nordstrom, Hazel Boutique, Coop & Spree, Bliss & Co and Harlow.
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