Butter Goods Collaborates With Labor on a New Capsule Collection

Locally owned, internationally connected.

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Australia’s Butter Goods and New York skate shop Labor, stockist of brands such as Palace and Know Wave, have collaborated for a new capsule collection. The collaboration features key staples such as 6-panel caps and T-shirts in a variety of different colorways, as well as a black hip pack that will be available exclusively through the two stores. Every piece in the collection comes bearing a special Butter x Labor joint logo, while the tees feature a “locally owned, internationally connected” slogan. The collection will be available from select retailers on May 6 and from the Butter Goods web store on May 8.

If you’re a fan of this joint collection, take a look at Butter’s homage to streetwear’s roots with its first drop of the year.

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Marcel Lock & Dana Davenport/Butter Goods

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