CRASH Collaborates with PSG and Tango Hotel

On a clothing capsule to commemorate the reopening of the PSG Store in Paris.

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Legendary graffiti artist John “CRASH” Matos collaborated with Paris Saint-Germain and Tango Hotel on a clothing capsule to commemorate the club’s new storefront.

The collection is comprised of hoodies, jerseys, shorts and accessories that feature the Parisian club’s branding overlaid by CRASH’s vibrant aesthetic. After a series of trips to the French capital, including assisting fellow artist ABSTRK on a piece, CRASH was impressed by how many murals lay outside Parc des Princes. The collaboration with Tango Hotel and PSG offered him the opportunity to focus on “two very different worlds coming together” to amplify the free-flowing expression central to both art and sports.

This intersection is one that the lifestyle label has recurrently explored. In a statement by Saul Cattan, the Vice President of Tango Hotel, the collaboration “highlights PSG’s position within art, culture and music. While many think of PSG as a football club, we are excited for the opportunity to present them in this new and innovative way.”

PSG x Tango Hotel x CRASH is now available at the new PSG Store in Paris and will be released in the U.S. on January 6 via NTWRK and Tango Hotel.

PSG Store
92 avenue des Champs-Elysées
75008 Paris

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