SZA Celebrates Her 'SOS' Album Release With a New Merch Collection
Featuring hockey jerseys, varsity jackets, pullover hoodies, tees and more.
Coming off the release of her highly-anticipated album SOS, SZA has opted to support the launch of her latest musical project by dropping a new mech collection. Released via the Top Dawg Entertainment website, SZA‘s capsule features a myriad of apparel items and accessories that feature graphics and motifs that associated to the record.
Leading the way are the hockey-inspired jerseys that feature the album moniker on the sleeves and either oversized “7” or “S” hits on the front and back. A varsity jacket caps off the outerwear, and this is styled with a navy and white color scheme with a large “S” patch on the left side of the chest and an “I believe in me” notation on the right. Cozy pullover hoodies are tossed into the mix, one of which features the album artwork while the other is embellished with “SOS” in a collegiate font. Long and short-sleeve graphic tees have been produced, one being a shout-out to her song “Blind” which features the track title in Braille on the front. Rounding out the assemblage is a trucker hat, socks, bandana and a mug, the latter of which are accessorized with the words “Cry About It” to nod to the album’s wealth of emotional tunes. Jas Bell and SZA handled the art direction for the collection, and you can view all of the pieces in the gallery above.
SZA fans looking to add these to their rotation can find these available right now via the TDE site. Prices range from $15-250 USD.
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