As the temperatures drop in some regions around Asia, it’s the perfect time for new threads to come along, and Klasse Wrecks has got us covered.
For their latest Autumn/Winter collection of ‘23, the record label has partnered up with progressive denim brand EDWIN to bring us an exclusive limited P.C. Collection.
The collection is decked out with a range of sweaters, t-shirts, socks, scarfs, cardigans and even accessories for your DJ equipment such as a synth cover, mouse mat and headphones bag. The capsule has an overall theme which centres around the 8-bit world of pixelated graphics in earthy colours that really vibe checks the styles of the 80s.
As for the price tags, you’re looking at figures that sit around US$20 to US$240. It’s also a perfect scroll-through for those who are shopping for the upcoming winter weather or even Christmas gift ideas for your loved ones.
In typical Klasse Wrecks tradition, expect to see the label’s logo imprinted on all the items in the capsule.
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As written on the website: “The collection is inspired by the harmonic comparisons between rudimentary pixelated graphics and various stitch techniques, culminating in a capsule collection of knitwear suitable for the colder months.”
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Along with the drop comes a 60-minute mixtape from DJ Kid Who that comes in two forms — one as a limited run of a classic yellow vintage cassette and another through the digital realm on SoundCloud.
The mix is part of their new sub-label .NFO that showcases unreleased techno and house music from the early 90s created by Amiga computers.
You can get the collection at select EDWIN stores as well as online here.
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