Stüssy and Dries Van Noten join forces for a new collection.
The streetwear brand and Belgian design house partner on a fashion collection that infuses the former’s streetwear sensibility with the latter’s affinity for bold colors and prints. The collection offers pieces such as T-shirts, sweatpants, sweatshirts, parkas, jeans and blazers.
For the collaboration campaign, the two brands tapped Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, who was photographed by Tyrone Lebon. The musician is seen in the campaign wearing pieces such as a jewel-embellished black blazer and matching pants, gray tie-dye sweatpants, a patch-embellished varsity jacket, a graphic print coat, and more styles.
This is Stüssy’s latest couture collaboration. In recent years, the streetwear brand has collaborated with Comme des Garçons on three collections. In 2019, Dior menswear artistic director Kim Jones teamed up with Stüssy on a collection for the design house’s pre-fall collection. For the collection, Jones was able to convince Stüssy founder Shawn Stussy to come out of retirement to collaborate.
Stüssy also launched collaborations with Dr. Martens, Our Legacy and Denim Tears and others in the run-up to the unveiling of its spring 2022 collection. Earlier this year, Stüssy also opened its first stand-alone store in Paris.
The Stüssy and Dries Van Noten collection will be available at select retailers internationally, including Dover Street Market locations and Dries Van Noten stores, as well as on both brands’ websites beginning November 18.