Naturally, the range lands on the bulkier side, with a bevy of padded outerwear pieces donning bold iconography. There’s the Richardson x PHST Liner Jacket, which arrives with a black nylon shell and a reversible razorblade-printed inner lining in orange, as well as the Richardson x PHST Hoodie, which features embroidered dog and chain logos, and the Richardson x PHST Nylon Pants, which boast a waterproof shell and side-seam zip pockets. In knitwear, the line offers a chain link knit sweater and a balaclava with all-over graphics; and for a lighter-weight silhouette, the crossover includes a black-and-white T-shirt.
This collaboration marks the union of two true streetwear brands. Public Housing Skate Team is a skateboarding imprint that was established in the Bronx, New York, in 2016. Founders Ron and Vladdy, who were neighbors that grew up in the borough’s Public Housing, made it their mission to design “AUTHENTIC HOOD SKATE WEAR.” Richardson, on the other hand, explores art, sex and culture through the lens of both street-focused designs and an independent magazine publication, under the creative jurisdiction of Andrew Richardson.
The collection will become available to shop on HBX beginning November 3 at 9 a.m. ET. Take a look at the full collaboration in the gallery above.
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