Creatures of the Wind Is About to Release A Capsule Weed Collection

The luxury clothing brand Creatures of the Wind is launching a limited edition capsule collection. The dynamic duo behind the brand, Chris Peters and Shane Gabier, decided to play on the wild side and create a special collection that includes a lot of marijuana details.

Creatures of the Wind About To Release A Capsule Weed Collection

Peters and Gabier are the founders of this Chicago-based brand. This time they paired up with System Magazine’s founders, Alexia Niedzielski and Elizabeth von Guttman, to bring a unique collection that celebrates weed. The designer duo already included hand-embroidered marijuana leaves in their designs for the Fall 2017 collection. Von Guttman was really impressed with their work and asked if they could lend a custom-made piece for her article, which led to them collaborating on a capsule collection.

Creatures of the Wind About To Release A Capsule Weed Collection

The clothing line will be available on May 12 and it will be an extremely limited one. The famous designer duo decided to release only 100 vintage T-shirts, 100 sweatshirts, only one coat that will be made upon ordering and four parkas. All of the items in the four-style collection will all be enriched with marijuana details. The pieces will feature hand-embroidered pot leaves and drawings placed on them. The coat and the parkas are reportedly going to be a bit pricey, with an army coat costing around $2,500. Luckily, the T-shirts will be more affordable for everyone, with a price range from $135 to $150.

The capsule collection will be presented at the luxury boutique Just One Eye located in Los Angeles. This store is the perfect station for all trendsetters that are looking for high-fashion items that cannot be found anywhere else. The hosts invite everyone interested in attending the opening party at Just One Eye’s parking structure. You can already guess what the main theme of the party will be. Knowing the fabulous and avant-garde style of the designers, champagne and many weed products won’t be missing. Marley Natural will be providing all of the weed goods that all pot and fashion lovers can enjoy.

Creatures of the Wind About To Release A Capsule Weed Collection

Marijuana is becoming a huge trend in fashion. Many different designers are starting to include the pot leaves in their designs. While marijuana is not legal in most of the countries it is still legal to throw some weed leaves onto clothing and accessories. The famous designer Alexander Wang is just one of the many that successfully included marijuana leaves in his line for the Fall 2017 Collection.

Creatures of the Wind About To Release A Capsule Weed Collection

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