88rising Celebrates Second Head in the Clouds Festival With GUESS

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88rising will be celebrating its second Head in The Clouds Music & Arts Festival with the release of an exclusive GUESS collaboration.

The festival-exclusive collection is comprised of denim jackets, hoodies, bodysuits, cargo pants, accessories and more, which feature the classic GUESS logo and 88rising‘s stencil logo. The pieces will be available in signature 88rising colors including orange, purple, white and black. GUESS merch can only be purchased at the Asian youth culture-focused event.

The range features standout pieces such as the embroidered striped T-shirt, a washed-out purple bucket hat and the faded black denim jacket. Check out the yearbook-inspired lookbook in the gallery above and pick up the merch at the Head in The Clouds Festival on August 17 in Los Angeles, CA.

In other news, 88rising recently announced the Heads in the Clouds II compilation album.

Head in The Clouds
Los Angeles State Historic Park,
Los Angeles,
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