Cactus Plant Flea Market Releases "Plant" Core Melt Tee

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Last year, an obscure brand named Cactus Plant Flea Market (CPFM) came to our radar after the label garnered the support from Travis Scott, Frank Ocean, Cara Delevingne and a few others. After some digging, the Internet found out that the brand was somehow cosigned by Pharrell Williams. The brand has also collaborated with HUMAN MADE and Anti Social Social Club. Today, CPFM released a brand new “Plant” Core Melt shortsleeve tee.

“RED for love, desire, power, urgency, passion ORANGE for youth, ignorance, energy, confidence,” the caption reads. “YELLOW for happiness, clarity, creativity, optimism GREEN for fertility, life, harmony, reassurance, growth, balance BLUE for trust, loyalty, faith, peace, security, wisdom, strength, ALL IN 1, now from cactus plant flea market.”

Cop the shirt for $100 USD on Cactus Plant’s Big Cartel site.

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