Motown Records x Black Scale Lookbook

Streetwear brand Black Scale has collaborated with legendary music label Motown Records for a line

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Streetwear brand Black Scale has collaborated with legendary music label Motown Records for a line of garments that is sure to please fans across several creative spectrums. Enlisting Motown’s Mila J for the lookbook, we are presented with a range of tops and sweaters that incorporate archive artwork and photos from the music house. The result is a nostalgic collection consisting of iconic images of artists from Motown’s roster such as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross emblazoned on the garments. Black Scale offers streetwear accents via bold branding motifs on the sleeves and chest areas. Enjoy the lookbook and look for the collection at Black Scale’s New York flagship store.

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