Netflix's 'Narcos' Teams Up With 40s & Shorties on New Collection

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Los Angeles imprint 40s & Shorties has joined forces with Netflix‘s hit series Narcos on a new collaborative collection of printed and cut-and-sew pieces. The range’s motifs reference the “violence, turmoil, and extravagance” that both the TV series and our current era share.

Presented via a lookbook shot in Medellin, Colombia, and modeled by locals, the exclusive capsule features a handful of retro-style hues and tropical prints on Hawaiian shirts, polos, safari tops and football jerseys. The rest of the offering is rounded out by staple graphic T-shirts, a white hoodie and joggers set and accessories consisting of a cross-body bag and scarf.

The Narcos x 40s & Shorties collection will release on October 25 at 40sandshorties.com.

For more upcoming collaborations, UNDEFEATED teases a collection with BAPE and Timberland.

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