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Combo photo shows Cardi B and her new foot-wear collection.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Singer Cardi B took to her social media account to announce the launch of her first-ever foot-wear collection with her fans and followers.
Cardi B launched the collection in collaboration with a renowned footwear company.
Cardi B played a huge role in the design and curation process.
She took inspiration from a dystopian world and also her iconic fashion moments to create the designs.
Cardi used simple and yet bold statements in the collection, giving it a pinch of her own style.
The singer launched a campaign to support the launch of the new collection online.
The styles will be available beginning November 14 at Reebok stores and online at shop4reebok.com.
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