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NBA Champ Shaquille O’Neal teams up with MACY’S for menswear collection

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Retired NBA Champ Shaquille O’Neal has teamed up with Macy’s to launch a new menswear collection that is available now in stores and online at Macy’s and Macy’s.com.

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The collection is not exclusively a Big and Tall collection as most people would expect from the 7’1”star. It is an all-inclusive collection from a regular size 40 to a size 60XL. The prices range from $150 for pants to $400 for a jacket.

In a press release about the collection Shaq said: “My interest in developing a menswear collection was based on the lack of fashion choices for Big & Tall customers and the higher prices for larger size suits. He also added: "I also was frustrated that I had to go to a Big & Tall store rather than shop with my friends at the local department or specialty store. I originally wanted to develop a more fashion-forward menswear collection at an affordable price. Once Peerless and I developed the collection, the reaction from Macy's was so positive that we decided to make the collection in all sizes”.

Shaq is also going to wear his new collection on TNT's "Inside the NBA" where he is a contributor as well as on any future television appearances.

He already appeared on TV wearing one of his suits, he was on “The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon last night in New York promoting the line.

For more information and to purchase the Shaquille O’Neal Menswear Collection go to your local Macy’s store or visit their website at www.Macys.com.

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