UK grime rapper Skepta works in collaboration with Tremaine Emory's fashion imprint Denim Tears to join forces to deliver the Skepta Tears collection. The new silhouettes are captured in a lookbook shot by Amy Leung and also feature other UK-based creatives including artist Olaolu Slawn.
The inspiration behind the capsule features print and graffiti themes that detail five items in total. It also features the Mama Goes to Market-detailed tee along with a long-sleeved shirt, a hoodie, and a pair of Denim Tears 501 jeans, which are inspired by the original 1954 pattern. The capsule is then rounded out by a tote bag that is designed in a similar look to the pants. The new Skepta Tears collection is now available to shop online.
Image Credit: Amy Leung, Denim Tears
Denim Tears and Skepta Join Forces on the Skepta Tears Capsule
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