90s-inspired streetwear and sportswear have come back in a big way, with original brands like Champion and Tommy Hilfiger making a resurgence and newer labels like Vetements offering their own offbeat takes on classic pieces. Now Canadian womenswear retailer Aritzia is joining in on the fun with its exclusive streetwear capsule, a 13-piece collection under its in-house TNA brand that, according to its website, “pays homage to โ€” and subverts โ€” iconic sports gear.” The collection of tees, hoodies and pants offers riffs on iconic logos from Champion to Thrasher, a number of pieces clearly inspired by Vetements’ much-loved and hated “DHL” graphics and even a cheeky UPS-inspired logo tee. The collection is available to shop in-store and online now.

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