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Pete Wentz to launch Clandestine Collection
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Mar '08
Seattle-based Nordstrom Inc and musician Pete Wentz, bass player and lyricist for the multi-platinum award winning band Fall Out Boy, announced the launch of an exclusive fashion collection from Clandestine Industries, designed by Pete Wentz in conjunction with the Nordstrom Product Group in-house design team for BP., the junior department at Nordstrom.

This distinct collaboration of music and fashion will include a stylish assortment of apparel such as graphic t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts and denim which will be available at select Nordstrom stores across the country and online at Nordstrom.com as well as at the Clandestine retail store in Chicago and at clandestineindustries.com in April.

"I think this relationship shows how much fashion and music are linked," says Pete Nordstrom, President of Merchandising for Nordstrom. "In the case of Pete Wentz, here's an artist who's really well known, has a proven, personal interest in fashion design, and happens to have great fashion sense too. It makes for a perfect collaboration between Pete and the BP. department where we will carry the line."

"I am stoked to collaborate with Nordstrom," remarks Pete Wentz. "We've always aspired to create one-of-a-kind garments with an aesthetic that warrants national exposure and Nordstrom is the perfect fit."

Clandestine Industries was created in 2004 with the release of "The Boy With A Thorn in His Side," a fictional work inspired by the nightmares of a youngPete Wentz. Since that time, the collection has evolved into a full-fledged lifestyle brand which includes limited edition tees, hoodies and accessories available nationwide.

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