PUMA and June Ambrose Drop Phase Two of 90s-Themed "Keeping Score" Collection

And it's "phat"

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Okay so we already know that this year is the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, but it’s also Women’s History Month. So what if we told you that PUMA has a new collection to celebrate both?

The second edition of June Ambrose’s Keeping Score” collection debuts this week, and like we just said, it’s right on time for the celebration of Women’s History Month and the 50th anniversary of hip hop. June’s inspiration for the Keeping Score collection comes directly from her career in hip hop and reflects on the generations of women who paved the way before her. June’s impact on merging the worlds of hip-hop and fashion is undeniable and the dominance of streetwear, the influx of hip-hop in high fashion campaigns, and sneaker culture can all be traced back to the template that Ambrose created in the 1990s.

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As they said back in the 90s, this collection is “phat,” and “all that with a bag of chips.” Now what exactly is in part two of this drop that has been anticipated since January? To answer your question, the second drop of the collection includes PUMA classic, the Keeping Score Slipstream and basketball sneaker, the Keeping Score Rise Nitro.

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Okay, so what’s the 411 on the apparel? Additionally, the collection features five apparel items including the Keeping Score Overtime Track Jacket and Track Pant, Keeping Score Victory Reversible Varsity Jacket, Keeping Score Shot Caller Athletic 1/4 Zip and Keeping Score Screen LS tee.

Tight, so when can you cop? The second PUMA and June Ambrose “Keeping Score” collection retails for $65-$250. And where can you get it? Puma of course. All the pieces are available now on ya digg? The first drop was super cool and this one looks to be just as cool as well.

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