Rapper Nasir Jones Unveils 2015 HSTRY Holiday Collection Lookbook

Take a look at Nas’ visual representation of “rebellion, consciousness, militarization and independence.”

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World renowned recording artist Nasir Jones, better known as Nas, has recently announced the release of HSTRY’s Holiday 2015 collection lookbook. As a bi-product to the multiple influences brought about by the music industry, Nas created HSTRY to visually portray his various life experiences through stylistic cues reminiscent of hip-hop’s earlier years. This season’s offering is a culmination of “rebellion, consciousness, militarization and independence” and features a variety of well-tailored silhouettes to cuts more aligned with contemporary streetwear trends. Effectively summarized as a multidisciplinary collection spread across a selection of hard-wearing materials, the HSTRY’s full holiday offering can now be shopped from the brand’s official website.

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