Travis Scott Visits Barneys New York To Debut His Helmut Lang Men’s Capsule Collection
Last week, DM Fashion Book exclusively reported that G.O.O.D. Music‘s Travis Scott partnered up Helmut Lang (which was once sold to Prada, but is now owed by Japanese fashion company Link Theory Holdings (LTH) of Tokyo) and designed a limited-edition, 19-piece men’s capsule collection for the brand. The collection launched yesterday Monday (January 3) and Scott visited Barneys New York to debut his Helmut Lang Men’s capsule collection.
The fashion line is inspired by Scott’s Texas roots and consists of tee-shirts, outerwear and denim that come in an earthy color palette, which represents the landscapes Scott grew up around, and will feature appliquéd patches. Tee-shirts will retail from $175 to $185, the leather jacket will retail at $1,715, shoes start at $395, denim retails around $310 and bombers and jackets will sell for $695.
You could buy pieces from the collection on Helmut Lang’s e-commerce site along with its Melrose Avenue location in Los Angeles, its Meatpacking District store in New York, Barneys New York, Selfridges and select retailers worldwide.
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