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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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Kanye West Announces YEEZY Gap 10-Year Partnership

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Kanye West has made his long awaited return to Twitter to officially announce an upcoming partnership between YEEZY and Gap. The full collection is titled YEEZY Gap and is set to make its debut in early 2021. Kanye also tweeted a first look at what to expect from the new joint project complete with the caption “#WESTDAYEVER,” while Mowalola Ogunlesi announced her appointment as the project’s design director.



According to a statement issued to The New York Times, the YEEZY design studio under Kanye’s creative direction will produce “modern, elevated basics for men, women and kids at an accessible price point.” The direction from Kanye will also cover how YEEZY Gap is presented in physical locations and the Gap web store.

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Ghetto Gastro Commemorates Juneteenth With its Latest Release

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After highlighting the foundation of “American” cuisine, Ghetto Gastro returns to celebrate Juneteenth and commemorate the #BlackLivesMatter movement against systemic racism. Partnering up with New Studio, the New York-based collective put together a special take on its signature Steasoning (now sold out) and a T-shirt.



The powerful Juneteenth T-shirt stands as an artifact as the special moment in our collective history centered. The main print found on the front of the top marks June 19, 2020 in respect to the day when slavery ended in the United States. Rounding up the design of T-shirt, the right sleeve is marked simply with “Let Freedom Ring.”

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Philipp Plein Called Out For Copying Dior and Shawn Stussy’s FW20 Logo Motif

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The multi million Dollar German designer Philipp Plein is accused of plagiarism in regard of his recent “fresque” reportedly imitating Dior x Stussy FW20 logo motif

After facing backlash for his Kobe Bryant tribute, following his FW20 collection show at Milan Fashion Week, which contained a controversial tribute to Kobe Bryant, the German designer Philipp Plein is now back being called out for allegedly replicating the Dior x Stussy‘s Fall/Winter 2020 logo motif.

Instagram account Diet Prada recently posted a number of images pointing out the similarities found in Plein’s decorative design. Despite using skulls instead of flowers, Plein’s design similarly uses a warped multi-hand style approach to express its brand name.

After premiering at Dior’s Miami presentation late last year, the FW20 logo motif has been used extensively in the French luxury fashion house’s latest campaigns, editorials and lookbooks.

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“For anyone who misses the oLd DiEt PraDa, here’s Philipp plein knocking off a Dior logo motif designed in collaboration with Stussy’s owner Shawn Stussy for the Dior men Fall Winter 2020 capsule collection shown last December in Miami.”

He primarily used the design to promote his upcoming hi-top sneaker for ‘THE $KULL” edition. and for those wondering what is the song for Philipp Plein ad, the track is called Opus and produced by Eric Prydz, a wonderful tune we like to play at the office when we are in a rush.

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