With Noah‘s Brendon Babenzien recently unveiled as creative director, Billionaire Boys Club‘s higher-end Bee Line label has now revealed its first collection of the new era. Replacing Mark “McNasty” McNairy, the ex-Supreme creative director appears to have brought his signature aesthetic to the brand, with pieces such as a rugby shirts and coach jackets sitting alongside hoodies and tees.
Titled “War and Peace,” the collection features a range of graphic pieces, with motifs including “LOVE AND ROCKETS” and a floral take on the word “ARMY” appearing on a number of pieces. Elsewhere, the new capsule features accessories such as caps and pin badges.
The new Bee Line drop is available Billionaire Boys Club flagships in New York, London and Tokyo, as well as the brand’s web store. As well as releasing the latest Bee Line collection, Billionaire Boys Club has also recently worked with artist Hebru Brantley on a new capsule.