CHAOS Sixtynine Drops a Range of Skater Tees

A portion of the proceeds will go to charity.

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CHAOS SixtyNine has released a new range of tees using several famous names. These include a triptych of imagery from Karl Lagerfeld, Pat McGrath artwork and a Cass Bird image of Cara Delevingne and Adwoa Aboah. Elsewhere there’s pop art from Hayden Kays and more photography from Phil Poynter and all of the tops are available in unisex sizing.

Some of the sales from the limited-edition capsule will go to Girl Up and Girl Talk, which are companies founded by Cara Delevingne and Adwoa Aboah respectively. The T-shirts will sell for £95 (approx. $126 USD) each and you can see the full range above. They will all be on sale at CHAOS SixtyNine’s web store.

In other news, PLEASURES recently released its summer 2018 lookbook.

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