The line features hoodies, shirts, socks and other urban gear with the brand's logo.
Kanye West continues to throw his weight around the fashion industry and this time he's using his own record label to peddle his designs. The rapper has created a collection for his G.O.O.D. Music label complete with graphic T-shirts, tank tops, sweatpants and other urban gear emblazoned with the brand's typography or angel logo.
The collection is being released through his Donda creative house with prices ranging from $160 for a hoodie to $34 for a pair of socks. If the shirts look familiar it's because they were first debuted during G.O.O.D. Music's special appearance at Jay Z's "Made in America" festival in 2012. Creative director and West's own style adviser, Virgil Abloh, announced the news about the collection via Twitter on Thursday.
To peep the entire collection, visit goodmusicmerch.com.
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