Lupe Fiasco’s “Garments for the post modern Anarchist”

Between lyrics, style and perspective, Lupe Fiasco has always brought something unique to the table. Now, he’s got some of his own gear, thanks to collaboration with FALSE for their Fall/Winter collection.

The pieces are inspired by themes of anarchy and the rebel group mentality, so it should come as no surprise that Lupe is on board—between the content of his music, his recent dispute with his label and the very logo of his upcoming album, Lasers, which features an anarchist “A” as the second letter. The brand, run by Lupe’s friends Le Messie and Amanda S., calls itself an “anti-trend and pro-message and movement,” and these shirts certainly exhibit that.

Order them and see more of the gear at the brand’s website here.

Spotted at Hypebeast.

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