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FTP Drops DC Snowboarding Special Collab

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After the 2018 riots in L.A. after the pop-up shop and Suicide Boys concert DC Shoes has teamed up with iconic Los Angeles streetwear brand, F**KTHEPOPULATION on a collaboration that takes FTP’s uncommon aesthetic and gives it a high-altitude application.

In a new collection of winter outerwear and softgood accessories, the DC x FTP Snow Collection is composed of two snowboard sets in White and red camo; a 100% Polyester Reflective Logo Printed Ripstop with 100% polyester oxford panels white survival bib, mesh lining and brushed tricot on the knews, available in both red and white.

An allover printed ASAP Anorak, the great classic which sells out in a matter of second and that you see rocked at Suicide Boys’ shows.

FTP and Supreme Chanel Inspired Embossed puffer jacket

Nevertheless, this winter trend will be the “Anecdote Insulator” ( pricelist : $138 ) inspired by the now sold out Chanel embossed Logo Puffer Jacket while we are waiting on the SS19 version from Supreme; which was confirmed days ago

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New FTP Lookbook Just Released Featuring G Herbo & Lil Bibby

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G Herbo (formerly Lil Herb) and Lil Bibby burst onto the Chicago hip-hop scene together with their underground hit “Kill Shit” in 2012.

The two have collabed frequently over the years, mostly on the music front. The two now have linked up to star in the lookbook for FTP’s upcoming collection.

Los Angeles-based streetwear label FTP (full name FUCKTHEPOPULATION) has just revealed the lookbook for their upcoming collection. The photos are taken by Vuhlandes, a photographer hailing from the westside of Detroit, and feature Herb and Bibby in various tees, jackets, pants, jeans, hoodies and more.

Check out the complete FTP lookbook below. The collection will be available starting May 30th at 2pm CDT on fuckthepopulation.com. G Herbo’s PTSD Deluxe Edition is out now on all streaming platforms.

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Amid Pandemic Bape Releases Mask Case

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Amid pandemic, wearing protective masks has become the new normal,  and BAPE has put together a case to ensure your preventative barrier stays safe and clean.

Constructed of PVC, the mask case is designed in the shape of its iconic Gorilla Face. The case prevents contamination of stored masks and is completely washable with water.

Aside from holding masks, the case is also perfect for carrying around disinfectant or antibacterial wipes for convenient use and features a secure zip closure.

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A BATHING APE®️ is doing a free gift with purchase campaign for a mask case that enables you to carry around your masks and keep them clean. The BAPE®️ mask case will be gifted to all customers who make a purchase on BAPE.COM and at Japan BAPE STORE®️ locations from Saturday, May 23rd, 2020. Carry around your masks safely and in style with BAPE®️. *Limited quantities. Distributed on a first come first serve basis. – – A BATHING APE®では2020年5⽉23⽇(⼟)より、マスクを清潔に収納し持ち運びに便利なマスクケースを全国のBAPE STORE®、BAPE.COMにてお買い物されたお客様へ配布いたします。 ※全国のBAPE STORE®、BAPE.COMにてお買い物をされたお客様に1会計1点の配布 ※数量限定となります。品切れの場合はご容赦ください。

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According to a post on IG, BAPE is now gifting its mask to all customers that make a purchase online or at its locations in Japan, while supplies last. Stay safe – with style – out there!

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Supreme’s Takashi Murakami Box Logo Relief Tee Garner $1 Million for Charity

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Supreme and Takashi Murakami‘s recent charitable initiative saw the duo joining forces to create a special Box Logo T-shirt that provided funds to HELP USA, a charity that provides vulnerable youths and families with shelter, food, and essential services. The entire stash of collaborative T-shirts sold out in seconds and the entirety of the have been calculated and sent to HELP USA: a whopping $1,052,040 USD.

Brooklyn-based HELP USA is the latest recipient of Supreme’s charitable push, but the skate brand has offered thoughtful drops in the past. Recently, it partnered with former creative director Luke Meier’s OAMC for an immigration initiative and it once created a bespoke teddy bear in partnership with Louis Vuitton to benefit the BBC’s Children in Need.



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