Sour or sweet? Panda Express teams up with Uprisers for take-out Chinese fashion

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Panda Express and Uprisers, an Asian-American and Pacific Islander-owned streetwear brand, are collaborating on a new limited-edition collection called “Future Is Now.”

The full collection will be showcased at ComplexCon, taking place in Long Beach, Calif., November 19-20.

The reversible varsity bomber, which retails for $220, is covered in Uprisers chenille and Panda Express graphic detailing and is perfect for year-round wear. The jacket is complete with a double sided zipper, so the wearer can turn the jacket inside out.

BOMBER

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The to-go bag costs $110 and is inspired by Panda Express’ to-go box. You can hold the bag by the short shoulder strap or carry it over your shoulder with the bronze chain.

BAG

BAG

The world tour t-shirt is priced at $45 and comes with a “Future Is Now” graphic printed on the front. The names of 10 Asian brands participating in the 2022 Uprisers Family Market are also printed on the back of the t-shirt.

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TEE

TEE

The limited-edition air fresheners come in three scents: Frankincense & Tangerine Zest, Almond Cookie, and Clean Linen. A three-pack costs $24.

The entire collection is inspired by the Los Angeles-based clothing label’s slogan, “what you wear is what you stand for”, and celebrates the cultural roots of both companies.

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Ten percent of proceeds from the Uprisers x Panda Express collection will be donated to the Philippino Migrant Center in Long Beach.

Four early access items are available for online purchase until November 17.

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Featured image via Uprisers x Panda Express

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