SSENSE MONTRÉAL's 'Scorpion' Pop-Up Will Sell Exclusive Drake Merch

A limited eight-piece collection.

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With Drake and Migos’ joint Aubrey and the Three Amigos tour in full force, Canadian retailer SSENSE has announced a two-day Scorpion pop-up scheduled to take place in Montreal from Sept. 4th-5th. The limited run will feature eight exclusive pieces including tracksuits, tees, caps and hoodies, inspired by Drake’s most recent and record-breaking album. To kick off the unique collection, the retail location will also host a party on Tuesday evening with a DJ set by Lunice.

With prices ranging from $30 to $225 USD,  scroll through to take look at the full collection above and shop the exclusive pieces at SSENSE MONTREAL and SSENSE website starting on Sept. 4.

In case you missed it, be sure to also check out Drake and Travis Scott‘s “SICKO MODE” performance from the tour.

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