OVO and Dsquared2 have something in the works.

Tuesday, the official October's Very Own Instagram shared a simple image of a denim jacket, complete with a caption teasing a 2019 collab "coming soon." On the back of the jacket is a pair of the classic OVO owls standing atop the name of the international fashion house, founded by identical twins (and fellow Canadians) Dean and Dan Caten.

 
 
 
 
 
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OVO x DSQUARED2 2019. Coming Soon.

A post shared by October's Very Own (@welcomeovo) on May 13, 2019 at 7:32am PDT

The joint logo seen here is notably the same one Drake rocked in hoodie form back in March, per Hypebeast.

"Cut with Dsquared2 attitude in contemporary fits, the ready to wear clothing and accessories include a grey hooded sweatshirt, track pants, t-shirt, baseball cap, washed denim jeans, a jean jacket, and a knitted black beanie," Dsquared2's press release reads. "All of the pieces feature a custom-designed Dsquared2 x OVO motif." The official collab will be available from May 2019 exclusively via OVO. 

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OVO's previous collab partners include Clarks Originals, the Toronto Raptors, Jumpman, and more.

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Drake's persistent multi-hyphenate practices earned some impassioned praise from Nav earlier this week. Speaking with Variety on all things Bad Habits, Nav touted the 6 God as the one who really "kicked down" the proverbial door.

"He started everything. There's always gonna be appreciation for what he's done for us," he said, also shouting out the Weeknd. "It made shit feel like it's possible."

Anyway, you guys giving out free rides on Air Drake yet?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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