It's been five years since Toronto-based R&B star The Weeknd released his debut studio album Kiss Land, and he's celebrating the anniversary with a limited-edition apparel line inspired by the album's gritty, Japanophile design.
Kiss Land peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It's a dystopian collection of leaned-out sex jams exploring the loneliness, emptiness and sinful extravagance of life on the road in support of his breakthrough indie three-parter Trilogy. It featured fan-favorite hits "Belong To The World," "Adaptation," the title track "Kiss Land" and "Live For" featuring Drake.
The album comes to life once more in a black-heavy line of long-sleeves, dad hats, t-shirts and hoodies. Face masks, keychains and numbered MEDICOM TOY BE@RBRICKS round out the collection covered in cute, signature Red Panda Cats or decked out in Japanese kanji. The series also debuts a double-vinyl reissue on seaglass colored wax to match the black, white and teal color palette.