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Rodarte Makes 'Rodartees' to Celebrate Film's Re-Release

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Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the sisters behind the designer label Rodarte, have been spotted around town these past few days, and aside from the CFDA Awards, they've got lots of business to take care of in New York.

From 10am-6pm today at Barneys, they're running a Rodarte trunk show, and from 1-3pm, they'll be around for a meet-and-greet as they launch a special T-shirt and poster collab in celebration of the 50th Anniversary re-release of Breathless, a film by the master Jean-Luc Godard.

The T-shirts, one a reproduced version of the Herald Tribune top worn by Jean Seberg in the movie and another an original design, both sport a light grey "Rodarte" logo ghost. Each tee will cost you a hefty $125-$150. The posters, 100 of them available signed, cost $150 each. You can also snatch them up at Colette in Paris and Dover Street Market in London, even if they look like something made on CafePress.
· Tres Chic [Barneys B-Sides]
· Rodarte Gets Breathless [Stylefile]


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