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

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.

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.

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."