On Monday, the imprint has released its 2018 holiday "Fraternity" collection, which serves as a prelude to a larger 2019 drop. The range is made up of collegiate-inspired pieces that uphold the brand's message of self-belief and dedication. According to Honor the Gift's team, the collection was inspired the fraternity on the court, as well as the "self-made fraternity" of those who overcame struggles to achieve greatness.
There are 16 pieces for the 2018 Holiday drop, including tees, hoodies, crewneck sweatshirts, and shorts, all of which feature vintage-like graphics that reference Greek life, the Inner City of Los Angeles, and, of course, the sport of basketball. You can check out the items in the lookbook and product images below. T-shirts are priced at $40, crewneck at $88, hoodies at $98, shorts at $65, and the strap-back and beanie are going for $40 and $32, respectively.
You can purchase the collection exclusively at Honor the Gift's website.
In 2017, Westbrook spoke to Complex about the inspiration behind the brand.
"I wanted something that looked back to Why Not?," the All-Star explained, referring to the nonprofit he founded in 2012, "but also gave thanks to the man above for blessing each individual."