Wu Wear Makes a Comeback
Wu-Tang Clan fans far and wide are getting a special treat, as Wu Wear is about to make a comeback in the best nostalgic way possible. German designers Donaldson Sackey and Sainey Sidibeh, who run a brand called CPxArt, have taken over as creative directors for the vintage hip-hop clothing line and are about to launch the brand's new "Renaissance" collection.
The new look for Wu Wear Renaissance collection has been unveiled for fans and fashion critics online, which displays model David Drammeh wearing a tracksuit in the clothing brand's signature black, white and yellow color scheme. The famous Wu-Tang logo is printed right on the chest, with the matching pants coming in a black color that has white stripes on the side. The mission of the brand's comeback is to revitalize the vibes of the 1990s as well as incorporate some new designs into the brand.
The Renaissance collection will reportedly contain 10 new pieces, and is slated to become available in July or August, though there is no current official drop date.
If you're a longtime fan of the Wu-Tang brand, you might want to get your wallet ready by the end of the summer so you can rock the new ensembles in the fall season.
Take a full look at the new tracksuit as part of Wu Wear's comeback collection in the gallery below, and peep the line's Instagram page.
Wu-Wear Makes a Comeback