Following last month’s news, worldwide streetwear brand name Ksubi formally launches its partnership with multi-platinum recording musician Juice WRLD.


Name going down Ksubi in freestyles as well as tracks, the late Chicago rap artist enveloped the Ksubi values of the Creative Outsider – a defiant person that did points his very own method, pressing borders to reveal himself by means of various opportunities.

Working in partnership Juice WRLD’s supervisor as well as good friend Peter Jideonwo, Ksubi uses 8 items throughout traditional jeans fits, in addition to hoodies as well as tees. The graphics are motivated by Juice WRLD’s very own creative interest, as he would routinely require to his very own jeans items to make use of them as well as develop 1-of-1 layouts.

“The collaboration with Ksubi felt natural – it was a brand that Juice had a connection with and had a real love for,” states Jideonwo. “Collaborating on projects such as this collection with Ksubi means that Juice’s creative legacy can continue, even beyond the music world. He loved to draw so being able to bring that into a fashion collection makes this collaboration even more unique and creates collectable pieces that his fans will love”.

To better commemorate Juice WRLD’s tradition, the collection’s project functions Juice’s constant partners Trippie Redd as well as manufacturer Haan, in addition to skater Boo Johnson, starlet Jessica Belkin, musician Skye Morales, version Ashley Got, as well as promising musician ZZZ that lately authorized to Juice WRLD’s tag. The video clip, routed by the distinguished Steve Cannon, includes unreleased freestyle tracks from Juice WRLD, never-before-seen workshop video of Juice in his much-loved Ksubi pants, as well as the track “Two Cups (Everything’s Going My Way” where he call decreases Ksubi.

The Ksubi x Juice WRLD 999 collection is readily available currently on the Ksubi website, at Ksubi shops, on 999club.com, as well as at choose stores consisting of SSENSE, Kith, BrownsFashion, END. Clothing, as well as Culture Kings. Check out the project pictures as well as item shots listed below.

Campaign pictures fired by Neriyah (@neri):

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