Paramore collaborates with Urban Outfitters on clothing line
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For the second time, Paramore and Urban Outfitters are collaborating. Just over a year after its release date, the new clothing line references the band’s latest album, After Laughter. Just in time for summer, this fresh Paramore, Urban Outfitters collab might have to find a home in our closets.

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Designed by Phoenix Johnson, a credible designer and longtime friend and stylist of the rock band, the clothing line includes a “Rose-Colored Boy” long-sleeve crewneck, one black and white logo tee, one white band tee and even an After Laughter beret. Dripping with irresistible and trendy French-inspo, how can Paramore expect us to keep our hands off? Check it out below.

Fans already are starting to treat themselves, and we don’t blame them. Unfortunately, the designs are not available in-store outside of the U.S. There is no information on whether they will be appearing overseas anytime soon. However, the collab is available now in select stores and on the UO site here.

In the past, Urban Outfitters has collaborated with other iconic artists such as Metallica and Lady Gaga. Additionally, Urban Outfitters collabed with Paramore last year on one T-shirt design. The T-shirt featured Hayley Williams with “Paramore” written on her forehead in permanent marker. After an outpour of success, the clothing store decided to step up their game this year with four new garments.

After Laughter is Paramore’s fifth studio album, serving as a melting pot for genres such as power pop and new wave. It spent 13 weeks on the Billboard Top 200, peaking in the No. 6 slot. With energetic and lyrically challenging singles such as “Rose-Colored Boy” and “Fake Happy,” there is no question why UO wanted to collaborate again. You can pick up your copy of After Laughter here.