In the wake of the success of their initial collaboration, boohooMAN and Quavo are back with a second streetwear-inspired collection that is all menswear. In the latest drop, there are bold and pastel colors, graffiti effects and numerous prints that harken back to the 1990s, a decade that has provided a seemingly endless source of fashion inspiration in recent seasons.
Comprising 100 pieces, the new collection is directly inspired by the American rapper’s personal style, with plenty of bandana motifs, graffiti logos of drip faces and the inscription “Huncho,” another name attributed to the artist, flame prints and tie-dye.
All of this flashy decoration is spread over a wide selection of pieces, which includes T-shirts, sweatshirts, tracksuits, track pants, shorts, shirts, jackets and cargo pants. Then there are accessories like pool sliders, socks, sunglasses with chains, bum bags and several face masks.
“Collaborating with boohooMan is special because they just really are the first team that let me open my creative mindset and just bring my ideas to life. When i met the team they were young and represented the culture so i thought, ok, we can collaborate and do something special. I’m happy for it to come around again. This time it’s better,” said Quavo.
The results of the boohooMAN x Quavo collaboration are available from the brand’s online store. With regard to prices, count on spending between eight and 65 euros per item.
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