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Queens launches online store

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Street is Queens' cup of tea. The Vancouver-based women's boutique street wear brand has recently launched its online store. And with it, its first official Fall/Winter collection.

The 2011 line offers a sweep of products for "the avid female fashion enthusiast looking for a fresh take on women's street-wear," according to a media release.

And now, each piece in the collection is offered in "limited runs." From fly T-shirts and varsity jackets to dope accessories, there's something street for every girl.

So, get crew necks for the whole crew, and build up your street cred.

Or get them "Roll$" earrings, and melt a G's heart.

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Queens, which also specializes in its own private label line, is the "exclusive" Canadian stockist for Cubannie Links and Melody Ehsani accessories.

And thanks to its in-house artists Candy Paint and Haus of Lacquer, it provides nail art for those who seek "creative" and "unique" paint jobs. Their artwork has been featured in Nylon Magazine and more.

Nail art by Candy Paint, Screen cap from

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