Rapper Future collaborates with Forever 21 for HNDRXX clothing line
It seems that for every copyright infringement accusation against Forever 21, the discount chain comes out with a legit limited edition collaboration. The most recent one to hit the stores is a partnership with sartorial rapper, Future.
Designed by Fred Foster—the creative director for Future’s Freebandz and Cease & Desist clothing lines—the HNDRXX collection for Forever 21 is described as timeless, affordable athleisure in the form of graphic t-shirts, hoodies and caps. “I wanted to create something unique and timeless, yet accessible, that could spread the message of HNDRXX to fans all over the globe. Forever 21 is the perfect conduit for that," Foster said.
While Forever 21 has previously retailed edition tour merchandise with other popular musicians such as Justin Bieber and Khalid, this is the first time the brand has collaborated with a hip-hop artist.
The August 18 release of the new line coincides with Future’s current 34-city tour, HNDRXX, which runs through October 23.
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