Ksubi X Travis Scott
While we can’t confirm if he’s officially set to become a father, we can confirm that Kylie Jenner’s rumoured baby daddy, Travis Scott, has collaborated with the king of Australian streetwear, Ksubi, and our consensus is that the collection is lit (it’s lit).
Not since Kim and Kanye has there been a more anticipated, dynamic collaboration.
Dropping on October 12, the 10-piece limited edition collection embraces the rapper’s iconic street aesthetic in signature Ksubi styles. Think heavily distressed denim, bold logos, and pieces featuring reflective paint, activated only by a flash of light.
Oh me (oh me). Oh my (oh my).
This is not the first designer collaboration Scott has done, having previously partnered with the likes of Helmut Lang, Toyota and Harley Davidson. A long-time wearer of the Australian streetwear label, it was a natural progression to collaborate with Ksubi.
“That shit is dope. Dumb crazy. It makes you feel like you’re in an action movie,” Scott said, speaking to Vogue of the brand.
But don’t listen to us, here’s what the internationally renowned hip-hop artist has to say about the collection.
“Distressed jeans are a sign you’ve been through some shit, more so than a clean jean. Like I’m down to get dirty.”
“We really wanted to deconstruct shit, so I deconstructed the pockets, I just wanted to keep it Texas culture—just real simple. Ready-to-wear dope shit. I just drew on the shit. Just fucking around.”
“This is the shit I want to slide out in, wear every day, all day, when I’m chillin’ at the crib, when I just wanna take a shower after getting out of my pajamas, and put these on, go outside, and chill. And it’s fresh, too, [for a] party. I like to mix up levels. I didn’t want to make nothing that was too out of reach.”
Priced from $120, get your hands on the collection in store at General Pants Co. and selected online retailers.
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