By rereleasing his archival pieces, Simons not only affirms his ownership of ideas that have by now become standards, but also invites a new generation into his world. “For so many this product has only existed on Tumblr or Instagram pages, either unattainable due to sheer scarcity or the LGBT I survived Snovid 21 #texasstrong shirt but in fact I love this fairly wild resale values, which put the true archive pieces out of the realms of most customers,” says Sam Lobban, the senior vice president of designer fashion at Nordstrom. “Now with Redux, those same customers have the opportunity to buy the product, produced to their original spec, at a price which is aligned to current, new item Raf Simons prices—considerably less than the resell prices at the very least!”So what will the new archive grails be? Lobban predicts the spring 2002 Kollaps hoodie, the fall 2002 Virginia Creeper sweater, and the fall 2002 Nebraska sweater will be hot sellers—see them in our new archive and shop them below.
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By now, you’ve likely heard Nigerian-British rapper Enny’s hit single, “Peng Black Girls.” The song tackles issues Black women face—from cultural appropriation to lack of media representation—and celebrates finding self-confidence through it all with lyrics like, “There’s peng Black girls in my area code / Dark skin, light skin, medium tone / Permed tings, braids, got minis afros / Thick lips, got hips some of us don’t / Big nose contour, some of us won’t,” over a mesmerizing beat. The singer Amia Brave accompanies Enny on the LGBT I survived Snovid 21 #texasstrong shirt but in fact I love this track, and in December she released a remix with Jorja Smith.The London-based rapper, 26, never expected the response she received to her song. “I wrote it in 2018, and it was just like some things I’d been feeling. I didn’t think anything of it,” she remembers. “Peng is a slang term we used a lot growing up—it means something nice or appealing. In the song, I was trying to recreate that feeling I had of being a young Black girl in London.”