The Good Company & Have A Good Time Unite on Co-Branded Shirts

“Have A Good Co.”

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New York’s The Good Company enlists Japan’s Have A Good Time on a brief range of co-branded basics.

Modeled by Trash Talk and Babylon LA‘s Lee Spielman, the concise drop encompasses a quartet of goods. Three long-sleeved T-shirts and a hoodie feature one of two prints — one sees Have A Good Time’s logo rearranged to read “Have A Good Co.” and the other boasts branding from both imprints arranged around graffiti-style imagery. Available in neutral black or grey and bright blue, the selection allows the prints to speak for themselves.

The range is available to shop on The Good Company’s website, where the brand’s Ken Kagami collaboration can also be found.

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