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Confusing Collab: The CFDA Teams Up With... The Mets?

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    This season and R.A. Dickey notwithstanding, to be a Mets fan is, more often than not, to invite sadness, disappointment, and burning frustration into your daily life. Some writers at Refinery29 have experience of this first hand — ahem. But no matter where the Amazin's wind up at the end of this year, at least their fans can look good as they cheer their team on or cry into their beers. The CFDA has drafted some of our favorite menswear designers to whip up on-trend fan gear for this summer — and oh what a starting lineup they've scouted out. Billy Reid, Shipley & Halmos, Yigal Azrouël, and Loomstate have all pitched in with tees, tops, and hoodies you can wear to Citi Field and to your neighborhood hotspot (a rare feat, that.) They're all available for a very limited time at Citi Field and on Edition01.com. This season is suddenly looking very good (provided the Mets bullpen can just hold together through September.)

    Click through to see a rotation of our favorite looks.

    Photo: Courtesy Edition01.com.

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