The trend of biting luxury brands’ logos and playing off their names, founders and designers (Junya Mafia beanie, anyone?) isn’t going anywhere soon. SSUR and CLOT get their take on the concept with their Coco Made Me Do It collection, which includes a hoodie, wool beanie, tshirt and snapback hat. The look is clean, printed and embroidered in white on monotone black items. If you like what you see and you’re in Hong Kong, check out their Gutter pop-up store in Kowloon — the collection hits shelves there tomorrow, March 1st, or online at Juice. Prices range from $39 for the wool beanie (below) to $84 for the hoodie (above).

More looks at the SSUR x CLOT COCO Made Me Do It Collection after the Jump…

2 Responses to “COCO Made Me Do It: SSUR x CLOT’s Chanel-Inspired Collection”

  1. […] can plan on SSUR to have a sense of humor. Such as with their collaboration with CLOT — e.g. the COCO Made Me Do It collection — the Los Angeles label always takes a subversive bite out of iconic brands and […]

  2. […] specializes in the art of subversion via clothing, as we’ve seen in previous items like their COCO Made Me Do It hoodie. Now Ruslan Karablin’s label returns with a Biggie Smalls inspired snapback — a […]

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