Earl Sweatshirt, who's now free to do "riskier shit," has launched a new collection of Deathworld pieces just in time for those crucial final months of less-than-desirable temperatures.

The new Winter 2019 drop features multiple new hoodie variants, an assortment of raincoats, and additional outerwear. For the accompanying campaign images, Earl enlisted model @nykuu and photographer @theartisthope.

Below, see the full collection of product shots. The pieces are now available right here.

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The latest Deathworld drop follows the November 2018 release of Earl's excellent album Some Rap Songs, his first new full-length since his 2015 record I Don't Like Shit I Don't Go Outside. In an accompanying interview with Vulture's Craig Jenkins, Earl explained that despite what might have been assumed about the three-plus years between the two, he actually started working on Some Rap Songs right after I Don't Like Shit dropped. It wasn't until a bit later, however, that the project truly started coming together.

"I mean, really, that's when I started trying to make another collection of shit, I guess," Earl said. "I'd say I first touched ground, like, December 2016. That's when I really did the first one that I was like, 'Yeah.'"

The album also signals the beginning of a new chapter for Earl, as Some Rap Songs will be his final album with Columbia.