This Friday, a collaborative collection between the Lil Peep estate and Rose in Good Faith benefiting Greenpeace will be released. 

Per Rose in Good Faith, 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to the global environmental organization, with prices for the pieces starting at $45. When announcing the charity collection, the Peep estate and Rose in Good Faith shared a video shot by @ben.h.novick capturing a Peep performance that took place on Oct. 27, 2017. Peep died the following month at the age of 21.


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The collection includes an organic french terry hoodie with natural pigment dye, handmade in Los Angeles, as well as tees and a track jacket. The Live Forever hoodie features artwork by and is limited to 100. The Brightside tee is also limited to 100 and fits true to size. Both the track jacket and IDGAF raw hoodie are limited to 50, while the Heavy R.O.O.T. crewneck is limited to 100 per color.

Below, see the product shots of the collection released by the Peep estate:


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The limited run launches sales this Friday starting at 12 p.m. PST on the Rose in Good Faith site.

"Belgium," the Fish Narc-produced song from which printed lyrics in the collection is derived, appeared on Peep's second posthumous album Everybody's Everything, released back in November.

The 19-track collection was complemented by the release of a critically acclaimed (and Terrence Malick-backed) documentary of the same name.

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