There’s no shortage of brand collaborations and capsule collections that have dropped in recent months. But one brand is bringing its collection to the next level with a stamp of approval from one of the most influential figures in streetwear. Miller Genuine Draft has partnered with Jeff Staple to launch a limited-edition collection that is set to be released next month.

Earlier this year, MGD launched acreative hub for the beer brand, and their Design Lab’s first big initiative is a collection of versatile gear to carry streetwear enthusiasts into the warmer weather. The concept? “Why be one in a million when you can be one of none?”

MGD’s upcoming drop doesn’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, Canadians can expect plenty of threads in keeping with the beer brand’s sleek black and gold aesthetic. The pieces are all custom made, with detailed consideration given to the utility, fit, feel and, of course, the look.

The June 2019 drop of unisex gear includes a classic-fit long-sleeve tee, a layer-worthy crew-neck sweatshirt, a cozy hoodie, a waterproof anorak-inspired pull-over jacket, a slick slim-fit track pant and a summer-worthy bandana. Sizes run XS – XL across each unisex item.

The MGD Design Lab black and gold capsule collection was curated by the premium beer brand in collaboration with streetwear aficionado Jeff Staple and will be available online and at Exclucity boutiques across Canada as of June 20. Stay tuned to Complex for more updates. For more information check out mgddesignlab.com.

In the meantime, you can check out selected look book images from the collection below.

Promo: Take A Look At MGD’s Upcoming Collection, In Collaboration With Jeff Staple

Promo: Take A Look At MGD’s Upcoming Collection, In Collaboration With Jeff Staple

Promo: Take A Look At MGD’s Upcoming Collection, In Collaboration With Jeff Staple

Promo: Take A Look At MGD’s Upcoming Collection, In Collaboration With Jeff Staple

Promo: Take A Look At MGD’s Upcoming Collection, In Collaboration With Jeff Staple

 

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