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Puma & Baby Phat Give Athleisure A Y2K Fashion Makeover

The debut collection features bedazzled jackets, fuzzy slippers, and more.

Following its most recent release with Dua Lipa, Puma has announced its latest collaborator, this time teaming up with OG streetwear label Baby Phat on a bold new collection inspired by early-aughts fashion.

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See everything we know about the collaboration’s anticipated debut collection and how to get your hands on some of its coveted pieces, ahead.

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Puma and Baby Phat are launching a new capsule line inspired by Y2K fashion and early-2000s streetwear, styles that were pioneered by Kimora Lee Simmons when she first launched her brand.Courtesy of Puma
The apparel and footwear collection reimagines sporty silhouettes with a feminine spin for the Y2K girl at heart. The seven-piece collection consists of throwback details by Baby Phat over the years, including accents of gold and bejeweled logos that outline both the brands’ cat motifs.Courtesy of Puma
You can expect to shop vibrantly-colored bralettes and matching biker tights, along with a cropped track jacket and a co-branded fitted tee.Courtesy of Puma
The footwear styles also spotlight Puma’s fan-favorite Mayze style, with the sneaker coming in bright pink and signature branded charms. There is also the Mayze sandal - a fuzzy pink slip-on with zebra stripes on the soles.Courtesy of Puma
With prices for the collection retailing from $25 to $110, you can officially shop Puma & Baby Phat’s collection starting on Wednesday, Aug. 17, exclusively on PUMA.com, Footlocker.com, Champssports.com, and select retail locations. More styles from the capsule will launch later this year.Courtesy of Puma