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Prabal Gurung's J.Crew Collection Hits Next Week, We Want It All

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    Oh J.Crew—just when you think they can't top themselves, they go ahead and roll out another awesome new collaboration that is sure to increase the future resell value of our college sweaters. Indeed, the retailer is racking up even more prestige points with its team-up with the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Each recipient has crafted an exclusive capsule collection that's due to hit select stores and online. Starting today, the latest in the series, "Prabal Gurung at J.Crew," is available for pre-order (and on the shelves next week), and we've wasted all morning deciding which look we want to buy first—with good reason, some of the very, very limited-edition pieces were only created in a run of 50. If you hadn't guessed from the pictures, the range is bow-heavy, making an off-kilter appearance on a satin shift, exploding on a blouse, and even cinched around an ankle. We suggesting clicking over and getting in line now—they're bound to be in hot demand on E-Bay (not that you'd ever part with them!)

    Click through to see summer-ready Prabal pieces we suggest ordering now!

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