As announced Friday, the beloved bomber in camo—which recently re-entered the public envy discourse thanks to Drake rocking one in his "Toosie Slide" video—came in hot on the most recent ranking. Hot enough, in fact, that its sale price is roughly 10 times more expensive than the rest of the list.
The bomber boasted a sale price of $30,025 and is, of course, taken from the megaclassic Fall/Winter 2001 Raf run. As Grailed explained, though it certainly needs no reiteration, the bomber comes from arguably the "most important menswear collection" of the 21st century. The last time one sold on Grailed, it went for $17,000 more than this 2020 haul.
And in related Raf bomber news, the historic fashion piece also recently resold via the Vestiaire Collective for $15,584. Per Highsnobiety, the seller was originally asking for $22,263. For more on Vestiaire, click here.
The bomber, as mentioned above, was among the vast assortment of covetables shown off in Drake's home-set "Toosie Slide" video. The 6 God also gave fans a look at a pair of KAWS Four Foot Dissected Companions, a Mao 94, a custom Murakami piano print, and much more.
Raf Simons, meanwhile, was announced as Prada's new co-creative director back in February. "We feel the need to join as creative people in a dialogue, to bring emotion and bring co-creation," Simons said of the link-up.