Bephie Gibbs Introduces Clothing Line at Union LA

Chris Gibbs’ wife celebrates the “names, style and grace” of black women.

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Union LA is keeping busy. The retailer recently unveiled a collaborative release with Thee-Teen-Aged alongside a new clothing line designed by owner and manager Chris Gibbs‘ wife.

Bephie Gibbs’ eponymous line of goods kicked off at Miami’s Art Basel, and returns to California with a trio of illustrative T-shirts. Featuring sketches from artist Nosesso, the T-shirts are a celebration of “Black women, their names, style and grace,” boasting a quintet of people on the front and a selection of names on the rear. A “Nosesso” tag on the sleeve and “bephie” tag on the lower left of each pink, yellow or blue shirt.

The made in America shirts are available from Union for $70 USD. Gibbs recently sat down with HYPEBEAST Radio, discussing the recent Social Studies event at Art Basel.

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