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Truly Made With Us In Mind: Anthropologie's August M.I.K. Collabs

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    July? Gone! August? Half-way over. This summer is flying by at lightning speed...and that, naturally, means two things: We're daydreaming about fall fashion, and we're toe-tapping our way through the next few weeks (okay, maybe more than a few) waiting for the nubby, cozy knits to arrive in our favorite stores.

    We've spent the last two weeks endlessly poring over Anthropologie's latest Made in Kind collection and we can't wait until the company launches its September update in two weeks. The brand's exclusive project, which premieres on the first of every month, introduces shoppers to four different collabs with four very exciting designers. This month, customers get a teaser of VPL, Imogene + Willie, Ace & Jig, and Vineet Bahl's aesthetics for a limited time.

    Available both online and in stores (though VPL's exquisite lingerie, UV_UnderVisibles designed by Victoria Bartlett, replete with vibrant patterns, will only be sold online), the clothes are fun, whimsical, and totally full of must-haves. So, click ahead to get a taste of what these four are offering: You're sure to find something absolutely gorg that's bound to be absolutely gone in another two weeks.

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