Earl Sweatshirt is Launching His Own Clothing Line

Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt is taking his talents from music to fashion. The “Chum” rapper announced that he is releasing a clothing line called “DEATHWORLD.”

On Tuesday (October 24), the Los Angeles native teased the forthcoming brand on Twitter and also shared that it will be unveiled at Tyler The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, where he is also expected to perform. “I CANT LIE THIS HOW WE COMIN AT THE CARNIVAL, come see and buy my new clothes they’re good I have no reason to lie,” he wrote.


DEATHWORLD will be available, although the website offers a signup option and is password protected. According to HighSnobiety, based on the brand’s Instagram –DEATHWORLD will be dropping pieces perfect for the winter season like jackets and hoodies at the festival. Along with the brand name – the logo, which is a spider hanging from a thorny branch, is featured on the clothing. As HighSnobiety reports, Earl’s representatives shared a statement about the brand:

In part a response to the practicality and nostalgia of sportswear and the current sociopolitical state of this spinning orb, Earl Sweatshirt’s new brand DEATHWORLD aims to deliver time-honored clothing for those who choose to speak profoundly, not loudly.

For now, there is no word on the official release date, aside from it being available at the Camp Flog Gnaw. Be sure to check out the DEATHWORLD website and Instagram for updates.

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