In4mation, Crooks & Castles release 'Infamous' collaboration
Partners in Crime
Daniella is wearing an altered Infamous Medusa tee, $36, and Aya Clouds Aloha snapback, $40.
Photo by John Hook.
You are under arrest. On the grounds of lacking seriously cool streetwear.
You have the right not to remain where you are. Instead, head down to In4mation or Crooks & Castles to snag "The Infamous," a special capsule collection dropping tomorrow.
Word on the street is this is the third and biggest collaboration between the brands. Not only are there several men's T-shirts, tanks, and snapbacks, you'll also find buttery soft men's boardshorts from Hurley, lighters, and (yay!) two women's tanks.
You have the right to choose between In4mation's logo done in Crooks & Castles' signature chain and a bandanna-masked Medusa - an iconic Crooks image intricately redrawn by In4mation's graphic designer - both locally screenprinted onto ruched, grey racerback tanks. Or, slash a men's shirt into a stylish custom top for yourself. Anything you do can and will be used to add major style points to your weekend wardrobe.
If you can't afford to let your man look like a slob, appoint some new threads for him, like those amazing boardshorts and matching dark-and-stormy Aya Clouds cap or a "Guilty by Association" logo tee.
Best of all, the collection will available exclusively in Hawaii for a whopping 48 hours before hitting the Internet, so you'll get first crack at everything.
Charges are pending.
"The Infamous" launch party takes place tonight, 10 p.m.-4 a.m. at M Nightclub, Waterfront Plaza. Shop the full collection in-store starting tomorrow at In4mation (Pearlridge Center), The Human Imagination (1154 Nuuanu Ave.), and Crooks & Castles (641 Keeaumoku St.), and online starting Monday here and here.
From left: Chain Hi women's tank, $36, and Aya Clouds boardshorts, $70.