Gorillaz have launched a new customisable clothing range with Levi’s.
It's the second brand collaboration in as many years for the band, who also joined forces with G-Shock to celebrate the watch company's 35th anniversary in 2018.
Levi's has created a new range with customisable logos, each reworked by Jamie Hewlett, co-creator of Gorillaz. Members 2D, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle and Russel Hobbs appear throughout the collection.
Carl Cox has launched his own clothing range with different collections reflecting different sides of his personality.
Geared towards techno lovers, his Club Classics embraces classic Carl Cox logos and phrases, song lyrics and club imagery on a series of limited edition items. His Motor Sport range, meanwhile, reflects his love of sidecars, classic motorbikes and V8 drag teams.
Discwoman have teamed up with Reebok for a new Sole Fury sneaker campaign.
The all-female, Brooklyn-based, LGBTQ+ positive collective, artist platform and booking agency revealed the new project on social media last weekend. Pairs will be available to buy from 8th November.
"Discwoman started by highlighting people we saw innovating their own sound splitting from what was expected. Our project continues to evolve through staying open to innovation," an Instagram post said.
U.S.-based clothing brand Carhartt has announced it's teamed up with techno collective Underground Resistance for an exclusive line of workwear.
The collection, which will be available from select stores from tomorrow, will feature a fur-lined winter parka, UR embossed hoodie, a beanie, a pocketed T-shirt and denim pants, all bearing the techno collective's iconic UR logo.
New Deadmau5 merchandise is arriving in time for Halloween. The range comes complete with gothic-inspired artwork, while retaining the same sense of humour we've come to expect from the rodent-headed producer.
Streetwear brand TRASH has teamed up with CALM, a worthy charity that aims to raise awareness in the prevention of male suicide.
They’ve produced this limited edition unisex t-shirt in a bid to keep the message upbeat and positive.
Nicce clothing are formed of a team of creatives that live in East London and have a combined passion for fashion and dance music.
Their aim is to “focus on trends and the market of print tees” while at the same time working at providing an alternative to the better known name brands that tend to swamp the marketplace.