NOAH Recruits Photographer Kevin Cummins for New Collaboration

Celebrating his iconic music photography.

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After working with Michael Muller earlier this yeah, NOAH has teamed up with another photographer for its latest release. The new capsule sees the Brendon Babenzien-led label collaborate with Kevin Cummins, a UK-based photographer known for his work with bands and artists including Joy Division, New Order and the Smiths.

The collaborative long-sleeve features a picture taken by Cummins, with his signature beneath. One sleeve says “Manchester,” the city Cummins is from and where many of the music scenes he has been involved in originated. The capsule is set to drop via the NOAH web store on June 28.

NOAH also recently campaigned against border separations with its “Free the Children” T-shirt.

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