After releasing its selection of Fall 2019 apparel that featured pop culture icons turned into sartorial overlays, LA-based streetwear brand DIVINITIES returns with another graphic-heavy collection for the cold weather season. The Winter 2019 range includes T-shirts, long sleeves and hoodies informed by playful graphics and, like collections before, draw from a variety of cultural references.
Brightly colored tees feature a reference to ’90s cult video game Earthworm Jim, while others are covered with imagery of nostalgic floppy disks. One T-shirt boasts a print advertising DIVINITIES’ “pain relief” patch on the front, with a red dot highlighting a “painful spot” on the back. Elsewhere, shirts reference the 2007 George Clooney and Al Pacino film Ocean’s Thirteen, alternative hip-hop act Deltron 3030, and Bill Evan’s 1962 album Waltz for Debby.
Other collection highlights include a gray heavyweight hoodie featuring a graphic of Drake Mallard from Darkwing Duck on its front, long sleeves that read “What is wrong with this world” and a sherpa half-zip fleece jacket with simple “DIVINITIES” branding. Rounding out the collection is a sterling silver “World Championship” ring, engraved with “Built to Last” on one side and “2nd to None” on the other. A large “D” is set against a textured backdrop atop the piece of jewelry.
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