DEATHWORLD’s Spring 18 Collection
Earl Sweatshirt has released a clothing label named DEATHWORLD and dropped the Spring/Summer 18 capsule.
It is no surprise that rapper Earl Sweatshirt would find his way into fashion, and the ex-Odd Future member revealed his clothing line DEATHWORLD last year. The brand showcases various hoodies, long sleeved shirts and tees with the brand’s motifs.
In a recent press release, a statement about the brand said “In part response to the practicality and nostalgia of sportswear and the current socio-political state of this spinning orb, Earl Sweatshirt’s new brand DEATHWORLD aims to deliver time-honored clothing for those who choose to speak profoundly, not loudly. Feral hands keep a spinning orb of death in motion!”
The S/S 18, like the debut collection, will showcase the brand’s logo, a spider hanging from a thorny branch and ‘DWFH’ letters. The capsule features a printed shirt with graphics of a little girl and boy with the words “I don’t think that’s funny.”
The last few years have been quiet for Earl music-wise, so we were beyond excited to know that he has expanded his brand into a clothing label. Unlike the debut collection that launched at Tyler the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw, the S/S collection will be available online.
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