R&B Artist AUDREY NUNA and Genderless Label BOBBLEHAUS Create "NUNAHAUS" Capsule
The two rising names are set to release statement-making streetwear designs.
BOBBLEHAUS, a New York-based genderless fashion label, has linked up with R&B artist AUDREY NUNA for a capsule collection of streetwear items. The “NUNAHAUS” range, named after the duo, is comprised of three graphic pieces that serve as statement-making staples.
For those who have yet to come across the Korean-American musician, AUDREY NUNA has seen a breakout year in 2020 with tracks like “damn Right.” Her latest collaborator BOBBLEHAUS is a fresh brand inspired by both the Big Apple and the city of Shanghai. The two have come together for a half-zip nylon track jacket, nylon cargo pants and a graphic cotton tee, all emblazoned with repeated “NUNAHAUS” branding. The pieces can be worn as a full set, or styled with other garments such as jeans or hoodies for that comfy-cool look.
Check out the official video campaign below. Priced from $50 USD to $140 USD, “NUNAHAUS” will be available for pre-order beginning December 4 via BOBBLEHAUS’ online store.
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