WTAPS and Champion Come Together For Collaborative Range of Neutral Basics
WTAPS has been subtle in terms of making noise within the early weeks of 2021, but the Tokyo-based entity is ready to start proffering up more items to the globe. Being produced alongside widely-heralded athletic company Champion, this newest initiative entails a concise-but-cozy range of neutral basics.
This collaboration draws inspiration from the Tetsu Nishiyama‘s BLANKS apparel line, which essentially an assortment of minimally-branded items designed for everyday wear. The silhouettes are boxy in fit, and feature a slightly wider-trimmed collar, also arrive in heavier weight as compared to the average basic tee — which is better for the long run as they will be harder to shrink and/or wear down over time.
Hooded sweatshirts, crewnecks, and tees that come in both long and short-sleeved variations are lined up for the collection. Each style comes in a set of muted neutral colorways including “Grey”, “Navy”, and “Olive Drab”. The pieces are adorned with co-branded patches and interior tags to pay nod to the partnership.
Prices for the silhouettes are as follows: ¥8,000 (approx. $76 USD) for the short-sleeved tees, ¥10,000 (approx. $95 USD) for the long-sleeved tees, ¥20,000 (approx. $190 USD) for the crewnecks, and ¥22,000 (approx. $210 USD) for the hoodies.
Interested parties can cop this starting on February 20, 2021, via WTAPS and Champion.
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