Last year, Atlanta’s rap trio Migos sold costumes and gear based on their tour outfits. Quavo, one-third of the group, has upped his fashion game since then.
U.K. clothier boohooMAN announced recently it is collaborating with Quavo on a clothing line inspired by his eclectic style and colorful personality.
According to the Sun, Quavo, whose real name is Quavious Keyate Marshall, will be paid six figures to create about 200 pieces that range in price from $4 to $65.
“I can’t wait for everyone to see my new collection with boohooMAN,” Quavo told the Sun. "They captured all the drip from my designs. You better get that Quavo swag if you want to be in style this summer. Ya dig?”
BoohooMAN.com’s Samir Kamani called the collaboration the “largest global partnership to date” for the company.
In addition to track suits and tie-dyed denim, shoppers can expect bucket hats, sliders and cross-body bags.
The clothing company is also offering fans a chance to attend the boohooMAN by Quavo launch party. One winner will receive an all expenses paid trip to Los Angeles for two people. Entries must be received by 6:59 p.m. EST on April 3 (that’s 11:59 U.K. time). You can enter the content here.
The collection drops April 11 and will be available at boohooMAN.com.
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