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After the Onesie, Margaret Cho Wants a Utilitarian Romper

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Margaret Cho wants women to be free of handbags, which is one reason she teamed up with Betabrand to design The Solitaire. It's not that she has anything against the feminine accessory, rather that a onesie with pockets affords the option to go without when attending no-fuss events like rock concerts, the Vivienne Westwood-wearing comedian tells The design is on the verge of reaching its funding goal, and Margaret is already thinking about a shorts version for summer. Help fund her inaugural design, then look forward to going hands free to all those summer music festivals.
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