SPIDER, Young Thug's fashion brand with a covert design team based in Los Angeles, makes its formal debut in London this week.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Thugger's premiere SPIDER event is housed at architect David Adjaye's Dirty House in Shoreditch, marking the first time a brand has hosted an event in the space. The Wireless Festival-timed pop-up sees the debut of 11 pieces ranging from denim jackets to turtlenecks, as well as leather accessories and sweats. While online sales are imminent, the London pop-up includes several pieces and color ways that are exclusively available in person.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Following a July 4 kickoff, the pop-up will also be open Friday until 8 p.m. local time. Get a look at the included pieces below, then click here for additional info.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SPIDER VERSION 1 photo by @brandon.bowen styled by @gregr0555

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SPIDER VERSION 1 photo by @brandon.bowen styled by @gregr0555

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SPIDER VERSION 1 photo by @brandon.bowen styled by @gregr0555 @dengdoink

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SPIDER VERSION 1 photo by @brandon.bowen styled by @gregr0555 @hollyw00d_p

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SPIDER VERSION 1 photo by @brandon.bowen styled by @gregr0555 @dengdoink

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Meanwhiole, Thugger's new Post Malone collab "Goodbyes," which is very good indeed, received a Bud Light-cameoing video late Thursday from director Colin Tilley:

And in a Pigeons & Planes chat at the top of month, the original Rocketman himself—Elton John—came through to reiterate his adoration for Thugger's work.

"I left feeling full of energy as I do when I meet great new artists," John said of a fateful Atlanta meeting with Thugger, spurred by one of his songs being featured on the Rocket Hour Beats 1 show. "He's a really talented guy. I'd love to hear him sing more, and I said this to him when we met. He's got a great voice."