WACKO MARIA Re-Enlists WOLF'S HEAD for Glittery Greaser Capsule

Rockabilly standards upgraded with shiny silver and Italian textiles.

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Like the capsule launched earlier this year, the new collaboration between Japanese jeweler WOLF’S HEAD and longstanding clothiers WACKO MARIA is inspired by 50s rockabilly style, serving up bold leopard prints, statement jewelry and graphic outerwear aplenty. This line centers around lavish textiles sourced from Italy, accented by WOLF’S HEAD’s signature silver and Western flair.

Key pieces include a reversible sukajan (souvenier jacket) and a trio of versatile car coats; the former is realized in a shiny rayon/cotton blend while the latter is informed by plush Duca Visconti cotton, a textile motif that carries over to the leopard-accented slacks (which utilize glittery Dormuel or sophisticated Ermenegildo Zegna wool). The same “GUILTY PARTIES”-emblazoned demon motif that graces the outerwear also appears on the rear of lyocell western shirts and inspires the shape of chunky silver rings and a necklace pendant.

Look for the new WOLF’S HEAD items to go live at WACKO MARIA’s web store and domestic stockists on November 7.

Recently, WACKO MARIA rejoined Nike for another round of leopard-printed footwear.

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