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If someone told you that an underground street art movement starring a giant wrestler would somehow spark a fashion brand for the masses, would you believe them? On that note, Cali-bred streetwear brand Obey has tapped like-minded Highland Park-based artist Deedee Cheriel for a nine-piece range of stylish basics.
Priced from $35 to $60, the women's and men's collection is comprised of sweatshirts, tees and tanks, inspired by skate culture, Buddhism and more. Intrigued? Watch a vid of Cheriel discussing her influences here and snap up the cool pieces at Obey's website here.
· Obey [Official Site]
· Deedee Cheriel [Official Site]
· Generic Surplus & Obey Salute Risk-Takers in New Short Film [Racked]