Spook up Your Closet With the New PLEASURES and Eastpak Collaboration
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Halloween may still be a good few months away, but for some, the urge to embrace the spooky spirit remains constant. Catering to this energy is the latest collaborative capsule collection by Los Angeles-based streetwear label PLEASURES and bag design leader Eastpak.
The collection exudes a dark atmosphere, showcased through its predominantly black color scheme with touches of bright green and metal-inspired skeleton graphics. It features three pieces, including a utilitarian zip vest with four functional pouches on the front, adorned with a skeletal spine moniker and the contrasting white PLEASURES logo on the back. The bucket hat serves as a hybrid silhouette, equipped with a zipper compartment and detachable crossbody strap, displaying an embroidered PLEASURES logo in Gothic font and tonal color on the crown.
However, stealing the spotlight is Eastpak’s classic Gerys backpack, reimagined the PLEASURES way. The backpack comes with a detachable skeleton rib cage panel that sits on top of the wearer’s chest, offering the option for a more understated look. The crisscrossed elastic on the front now features a vibrant green hue, perfectly framing PLEASURES’ silver-tone logo imprint.
The PLEASURES and Eastpak spooky capsule collaboration is now available to purchase via Eastpak’s website, with prices ranging from $85 to $210 USD.
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