OBEY and IAB-Studio Give Fall an Injection of Color

With a collaborative Beenzino-infused OBEY motif at its core.

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After recruiting photographer Frankie Perez to showcase its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, OBEY returns with another seasonal instalment, this time alongside South Korean collective IAB-Studio.

The Beenzino-founded brand — which in recent years has linked with the likes of ASICS, Alpha Industries and LMC — is an art crew based in the heart of Seoul, covering everything from fashion and design, to ​cover work for K-pop stars.

Now, alongside OBEY, the duo present a collection that combines both brands’ eye for design and style, which has been realised across a variety of fall-ready apparel. From overshirts and archie cardigans, to hoodies and T-shirts adorning Beenzino’s face inside OBEY’s epochal motif, the capsule is a colorful reworked take on a selection of traditional, everyday silhouettes.

Take a look at the full IAB-Studio x OBEY FW21 collaboration above and shop it via the latter’s webstore.

In other news, HUF has paid tribute to jazz icon Miles Davis with its latest capsule.

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