Go Inside Travis Scott's Garage With 'TAGGED's Piece-by-Piece Breakdown

HYPEBEAST’s latest video series explores the details in influential social media posts.

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There’s a lot of depth in even the simplest photographs. HYPEBEAST’s new video series, TAGGED, is dedicated to exploring the secrets hidden in plain view, one memorable post at a time. Kicking things off is one particularly notable Travis Scott post from September 15, wherein La Flame poses atop a thematic car cover — there’s much more than meets the eye.

From Scott‘s collegiate shorts to the Bogarde bike tucked into the corner of the frame, the two-image Instagram post leaves much to consider. For instance, much of the gear in the shot is sourced from 2019’s JACKBOYS compilation album, including Scott’s Jack Skellington-inspired helmet and car cover, which eagle-eyed viewers can likely identify as the album’s accompanying BMW E30 M3 thanks to the four headlight bumps under the sheet.

Of course, Scott is laced in a pair of Nike Dunk High “Michigan” sneakers to match his shorts, which were only officially confirmed to be re-releasing a day before he uploaded the photo to Instagram. Up top is a fleece from his “Cactus Trails” apparel line, which launched to coincide with the Nike Air Max 270 “Cactus Trail.” It’s also worth taking a step back to consider the scale of Scott’s palatial estate; the immense 20-car garage is only partially visible in his post.

Even still, there are more details yet to uncover about the snapshot; watch HYPEBEAST’s TAGGED to get the full story.

Meanwhile, Scott is likely off celebrating at the moment, considering that “SICKO MODE” recently received diamond status.

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