Stüssy and Deviation have partnered up for the largest street party in Europe, Notting Hill Carnival, producing a collection of merchandise to celebrate Caribbean and black diasporic culture in London. Britain’s West Indian community founded the festival in 1966, and its ben going strong ever since — Stüssy’s collaboration centers around Deviation’s participation in the event’s forthcoming edition.
London-based Deviation launched its own stage just four years ago, though it’s maintained presence at the Notting Hill Carnival for over a decade. This year, the Benji B-helmed record label and club night will take the stage August 25 in partnership with Killerwatt, the iconic sound system that’s been part of the carnival since the ’80s. Deviation and Stüssy’s limited edition shirts celebrate the carnival with four distinctive colorways: black, blue, white and yellow. The back of the long sleeves are emblazoned with a large Deviation graphic along with Stüssy branding, while a smaller Deviation and Killerwatt design is located on the front.
The shirts are available now on Deviation’s website and in-store at Stüssy London for £42 GBP (approximately $50 USD).
Meanwhile, Stüssy recently showcased showcased warm layers in its Fall 2019 lookbook.
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This year Deviation is partnering with @Stussy to produce a collection of merchandise in celebration of Notting Hill Carnival. The limited edition shirts are on sale from today August 16th, the collection will be available in-store at Stussy London and online link in bio. ?: Walid Labri ??: Kim Turnbull
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