Tyler, The Creator’s King and Queen cool hoodies is arguably one of the most outlandish rapper clothing brands ever. As fans are waiting for the new Spring/Summer Collection, the brand’s second winter season capsule has recently dropped. In his own words, Tyler admits that his clothing line is for people who either want to visit Taco Bell or do something illegal – nothing in-between.
The brand still manages to deliver an unmatchable uniqueness with its neat controversial style of odd-looking designs that make you feel like you’re in the 1960s. After all, the rapper-slash-designer does whatever he wants and his last collection is as he himself stated, a shift in his brand’s direction.
The first drop for the winter season was preceded by a thematic lookbook video in a vintage style which showcased the GOLF’s new Fall/Winter Season apparel. A$AP Rocky took part by wearing the new green vest as Tyler, the Creator also sported a few of the new items and typically for his demeanor, walked through the set with a baby goat on a leash. The standout pieces have to be the “Gelato” jacquard-knit sweater vest, the “Garden” puffy jacket in three different floral motifs, as well as a “Child of Golf” hoodie.
The collection’s overall style is casual and delightfully warm. Various graphic tees, plain “Golf”-branded sweaters, a printed tracksuit and a landscape print cardigan complete the new oddly satisfying look. The collection is complemented by the default set of matching accessories in a typical King and Queen hoodies style – socks, beanies, bucket hats and scarves.
The Fall/Winter lookbook video featured some past and forthcoming Converse collaborations and at the end of February this year, the two brands dropped an “Industrial” Golf le Fleur pack of sneakers coming in two colorways – “Barely Blue/Black/Egret” and “Barely Blue/Patriot/Egret”. The pairs feature the signature flower branding along their sidewalls.
To be precise, the King and Queen hoodies and Converse teamwork has been ongoing for a while now and the One Star silhouette has been through numerous reworks. In November 2018, the two companies united for a “Burlap” collection, featuring two Chuck Taylor high-tops, as well as two anoraks and some more sneakers. Another pair of sneakers is the fuzzy-green “Grinch”-inspired Golf le Fleur and Converse collab which was almost immediately sold out after its release.
The “Industrial” sneakers got their matching set of clothes as the latest release from the Golf le Fleur and Converse collaboration came in just a week ago. It featured a set of jumpsuits, all applying the same mid-20th-century feel as kpop bts hoodies winter drop. The boiler suits have the Golf le Fleur branding, as well as the same color scheme as the sneakers.
Lately, Tyler, The Creator’s defiant style has become even more distinctive and individualistic. It has definitely shaken up the modern views of the “new and old” stigma as the main idea behind the brand’s new vision is bringing back to life elements from the 1980s with patterns from the 60s all done while preserving some of the company’s skating roots.