40s & Shorties 2014 Summer "Gone Camping" Lookbook

After hitting the strip club for its spring lookbook, 40s & Shorties visited a local lake to

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After hitting the strip club for its spring lookbook, 40s & Shorties visited a local lake to premiere its latest delivery for the summer season. Moving forward with its whimsical aesthetic, the warm-weather collection includes illustrations of Eazy-E, The Notorious B.I.G.’s Ready to Die album art, red cups, bongs, 40s and more, all in various colors of black, red, green, blue, brown and white. The “Gone Camping” range is currently available online here.

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