If there’s one place that artists meet eye to eye, it’s definitely fashion. From Anuel AA’s Street Fighter-inspired collection to Bad Bunny’s “First Café” sneaker with adidas Originals to Nicki Nicole teaming up with Spanish brand Pull&Bear for her own line and beyond, check out Latin artists who have recently dropped clothing lines or their own sneakers.
Anuel with Chalk Line
Anuel teamed up with Chalk Line to drop his Street Fighter-inspired collections. Ranging from $40 to $140, the collection includes shorts, hoodies and tees, all featuring cartoon versions of the Puerto Rican trap artist. The Anuel x Street Fighter collaboration features illustrations by Cristian Bravo and is curated by SpiffTV. “Street Fighter II is considered to be one of the most influential and most successful games ever, with major influences on pop culture and music,” notes the Chalk Line website. To shop the collection, click here.
— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) March 5, 2021
Bad Bunny with Adidas Originals
Bad Bunny recently dropped his Adidas Originals Forum Buckle Low sneaker drubbed “The First Café.” The pair of shoes, which comes in a cardboard color with different hues of browns and features leather upper, rubber outsole, blue and brown laces, and buckle closure, is “Bad Bunny’s take on the classic court sneaker” and “references the essential cup of coffee that starts the artist’s daily routine,” according to the adidas website. Available on the adidas Confirmed app in Europe and the U.S., select global retailers, and through Uber Eats in Puerto Rico, the “First Café” sold out on release day for a retail price of $160.
Available 3.17 on Confirmed in the US and EU, at select retailers globally, and through Uber Eats in PR. pic.twitter.com/xuqtMS7Nk5
— adidas Originals (@adidasoriginals) March 13, 2021
Becky G with PrettyLittleThing
On her 24th birthday March 2, Becky G unveiled her new collection with PrettyLittleThing. Inspired by her hometown of Inglewood, California, the line includes vibrant streetwear options including dresses, crop tops, jeans and bomber jackets — all available worldwide in sizes 0-26. “I’m thankful to @OfficialPLT for allowing me to bring this to life,” she expressed on the day of the launch on Twitter. “Can’t wait for you guys to see this collection and wear it!” Shop the Becky G collection here.
Brytiago with BoohooMan
After making his modeling debut in New York Fashion Week, Brytiago continues to test the fashion waters. This time, teaming up with Boohoo, becoming the first Latin artist to launch a collection with BoohooMan. Inspired by his Caribbean roots, the 10-piece collection (available here), includes floral, pastel, cool, and sleek styles for men. “Fashion has always been part of my life, but I realized how important it was once I started paving my way in the music industry,” the Puerto Rican singer said in a statement. “I was able to express myself through it, and it became a way for me to show aspects of my personality as well.”
boohooMAN x @BryTiago PASTEL EDIT // LIVE ON SITE NOW. 🐯
— boohooMAN (@boohooMAN) April 21, 2021
Greeicy with Seven Seven
Inspired by her love for music and dance, Greeicy teamed up with Colombian brand Seven Seven for her new clothing line Baila Como Quieras. The fashionable collection includes crop tops, bodysuits, dresses, pants and much more. “Co-creating is sharing the ideas and ways of thinking between what Seven Seven represents and who Greeicy is,” the pop artist said in a statement. “I feel identified with this collection because we managed to make that perfect connection.”
J Balvin with Nike
J Balvin’s Air Jordan I x J Balvin sneaker sold out instantly on its release day, Dec. 8, making Nike history by becoming the first Latino artist to collaborate with the Jordan brand. Inspired by his latest studio albums Colores and Vibras, the Air Balvins have a cool tie-dye effect with pink soles, pink, white and black laces, and interchangeable patches, including a smiley face, lightning bolt, a basketball, and a Jumpman. The Air Jordan I x J Balvin was released globally via SNKRS and sold for $190 at various retailers including Foot Locker, Shoe Gallery and SoleFly, to name a few.
“It’s another way for me to connect with the world. It’s a dream come true.” pic.twitter.com/SuraUEVm0R
— J BALVIN (@JBALVIN) November 19, 2020
Lunay with Pull&Bear
Lunay teamed up with clothing brand Pull&Bear for the launch of his basketball-inspired capsule collection “Lu-Lu Athletics Club.” The limited-edition set, which was first introduced in September, was inspired by the archetypal basketball aesthetic of the 2000s. “Lu-Lu Athletics Club” includes everything from varsity jackets, hoodies, T-shirts, jogging shorts, basketball caps, wristbands and socks, to name a few.
Nicki Nicole with Pull & Bear
Last year, Argentine trap singer Nicki Nicole teamed up with Spanish clothing company Pull&Bear for a limited-edition capsule collection. Including edgy sweatshirts, dresses, crop tops and many more must-have trends, the collection is part of Sicko19, the remake of a pre-existing Pull&Bear line that’s been reinterpreted and digitized. The capsule collection is available at select stores and on Pullandbear.com.
Paloma Mami with Bershka
On the release day of her debut studio album, Sueños de Dalí via Sony Music Latin, Paloma Mami also unveiled her first clothing collection in conjunction with the Spanish fashion brand Bershka. Dubbed “MaMi,” the line is inspired by Paloma’s fashion style including oversized and fitted outfits. The urban street style collection, ranging from about $17 to $80, includes edgy clothing and accessories from bodysuits, cropped denim jackets, high-top sneakers, and more. Shop the collection here.
Rosalia with Nike
Recently, Spanish superstar Rosalia teased her upcoming collaboration with Nike, showing off the soon-to-be-released “AF1 ESPARDILLE.” If the name is any indication, the shoe is inspired by the espadrille shoe, which is a sandal made out of fabric and flexible sole. The sneaker comes in an off-white color and has long satin ribbons as shoelaces. Rosalia has yet to announce when her collaboration with Nike will drop but you can see a teaser here.
— R O S A L Í A (@rosalia) March 17, 2021
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