The 1997 movie chronicling the life of Tejano star and Texas music icon Selena Quintanilla Perez turns 22 today.
'Selena,' the 1997 biopic, was released nationwide three years after her death on March 21.
Starring then-newcomer Jennifer Lopez, who would be nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance, the movie was also recognized with an American Latino Media Arts Award for Outstanding Feature Film, while the official soundtrack earned Grammy nods for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media.
Forever 21 Launches 'White Rose Collection' Honoring Selena's Legacy
Los Angeles fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 worked with the sister of the late singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez for an edgy capsule collection.
The offering, called Forever 21 Presents: Selena the White Rose Collection, launches in conjunction with the 22nd anniversary of the movie on the singer.
Available for women, men and kids, “The White Rose Collection” is size-inclusive and includes a range of retro-inspired graphic tees, hoodies, biker shorts, crop tops, accessories and more. Ranging from $7 to $40, the new Selena merch is already available in stores nationwide and online here.