Home Features The Big Conspiracy rapper J Hus launches his first-ever clothing line and capsule collection.
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The Big Conspiracy rapper J Hus launches his first-ever clothing line and capsule collection.

The Big Conspiracy rapper J Hus launches his first-ever clothing line and capsule collection.
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The Big Conspiracy rapper J Hus launches his first-ever clothing line and capsule collection.


The Big Conspiracy rapper J Hus launches his first-ever clothing line and capsule collection.

The Big Conspiracy rapper J Hus launches his first-ever clothing line and capsule collection.

 

UK’s favourite Hustla Baby has been spoiling us this year, with the release of his number one sophomore album Big Conspiracy, and now a capsule collection called Gorilla Warfare with his new clothing venture The Ugliest.

The controversial star’s range consists of t-shirts, jackets, silk pyjamas, scarves and more, with the clothing line all about finding your own identity and individuality. We see Hus’ playful persona shining through in this capsule collection, with long pink ankle-length puffer jackets and silk durags rocked on none other than J Hus sister Iceè tGM. Patterns of spring flowers on the inside of the jackets provide contrast to the prints of guns and bold logo prints on the outside.

The collection is the result of years in the making and has origins from all over the world, with prototyping and sampling done in Hus’ very own east London, to embroidery in Portugal, and manufacturing in Italy.

 

It is definitely worth mentioning that this project has been very personal to Hus’ as we can see his imprint vividly through his mission statement and the way he has described his garments.

 

 

For more information about the collection visit theugliest.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Post by: Sammi Swinton


 

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