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News Bandai Offers US$1600 Gundam T-Shirt
posted on 2007-08-07 06:14 EDT
Animaxis reported on a Mobile Suit Gundam t-shirt that Bandai commissioned with the Fashion Mastermind Japan company for 200,000 yen (about US$1600). It features the image of either the Gundam robot or the enemy Zaku II robot, handstitched in Swarovski crystals. It will only be available in select Japanese department stores. A budget version will also be offered through retailers in China, France, Italy, Japan, Singapore, and the United States. The image on the budget version will be stitched in glass beads, reducing the price to 38,000 yen (US$320).
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