Even though y'all don't particularly like reading anything Billie Eilish related, the 17-year-old does some pretty cool things sometimes. Her bold fashion statements are completely unapologetic and for someone so young in the industry to be so self-assured and unfeigned, it's pretty commendable. The artist's passion for fashion has been the topic of many of her interviews, with people wanting to know the details on what inspires her outlandish stylistic choices. She recently appeared with HYPEBAE to give fans a peek into her insanely decked out closet, revealing both her on-stage and off-stage ensemble choices. At some point in the video she gushed over a matching white, graffiti sprayed tee and short situation, which she revealed were from the clothing brand Freak City. Now, Eilish has teamed up with that very same brand to create her own capsule collection, which she teased on her Twitter.
So specifically matched with her own style, the line stays true to the brand's signature voice, with over-the-top spray paint embellishing and bright, loud colors. Billie's own name and initials - as well as some random emojis and phrases - cover the articles, which take on classic Billie silhouettes like oversized shorts and hooded tees. Included as well are a pair of sunglasses, sports bras, a mini bodycon shirt, and cropped tube top. As well as white with multicoloured graffiti designs, they also come in a loud ASF neon green. The prices range from $45 to $145, and the full collection can be seen and purchased here.
New Era X "Dragon Ball" Release Subtle Graphic Capsule Collection
New Era teams up with “Dragon Ball” for a simple, but graphic collection of caps and tees.
Days after news arrived of the new Kid Cudi X New Era collab of a special edition Cleveland Indians All-Star hat, celebrating Cudi’s ties to the MLB All-Star Game host city, New Era Japan has now connected with Japanese media franchise, Dragon Ball, for a heavily graphitized collection. The celebrated anime lends its distinct designs for a unique range of collaborative snapbacks and T-shirts. Multiple characters (most notably, Goku) and noticeable motifs designed by Akira Toriyama for the show, are heavily and boldly featured on each piece.
The collection boasts seven new types of 9THIRTYTM “dad” caps, three never-before-seen approaches to New Era’s iconic 59FIFTY fitted caps, as well as, three t-shirts which keep it simple, in black and white colorways. What’s cool about the collection, is that there’s a heavy focus on the Dragon Ball aspect, but designs are still kept simple, and not over-the-top – meaning they’re likely to appeal to an older audience as well as a younger one. Each graphic incorporates motifs from both the iconic series, as well as New Era, with a Dragon Ball discreetly featured inside the brand’s logo, Shenron weaved through fresh New Era typography, and more. The collection has been made available as of July 4 New Era Japan’s webstore, and pieces range between ¥3,800 JPY and ¥5,500 JPY (approximately equal to $35 USD to $51 USD), leaving it within the “affordable streetwear” category. Check out some of the items below, or head to the website for the full offerings.
J. Cole Is Selling "Middle Child" Merch
Cole loaded up on Shopify credit to make it occur.
Cole has admitted it himself: "Middle Child" is one-off alternative born out of utter spontaneity. He and producer T-Minus crafted the tune in a single tireless recording session. After T-Minus had procured the pattern and chopped it up, the onus was on J. Cole to conjure up sufficient inspo to match the triumvirate horns. Within a day, "Middle Child" was full - they possessed a monumental document with no assigned objective however to upend the established order of hip-hop Today.
T-Minus' half within the artistic course of, was as fortuitous because it was unintentional. The "Middle Child" syndrome speaks to the sensation of turning into the social pariah, not by selection, however as a consequence of social conditioning. That's why J. Cole's choice to return out with "Middle Child" merch is puzzling, to say the least - if not utterly ironic. But there is a marked distinction between Cole envisioning a Brave New World with out "hypebeastiality" and the notion of a brief little capsule assortment.
The Dreamville store was providing Cole followers a "Middle Child" hoodie and t-shirt for buy till the hyperlink acquired jammed with overuse. So Cole relocated his pop-up to his private web site here. As you will see, the T-Shirt retails at $40, the Hoodie goes for $60, delivery not included.
Future Drops "Designer" Merch For "The WIZRD"
Future collaborated with Pyer Moss and Rhude to conceptualize the 2nd wave to his capsule assortment.
After initially releasing a reasonably standard merch assortment final week, Future is elevating the stakes in spherical two. His newest merchandizing-run was conceptualized by the lead designers at Pyer Moss and Rhude.