OFF-WHITE, Heron Preston, Asspizza, and Spaghetti Boys Dropped a Halloween Collab

Some of today's most influential names in streetwear drop a Halloween collaboration.

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New York-based art and DJ collective Spaghetti Boys dropped a new collaboration capsule collection for Halloween titled "Horror Disco" alongside some of the most influential names in streetwear . The collective teamed up with the likes of Virgil Abloh, Heron Preston, and #coolteen Austin "Asspizza" Butts, who have all played a big part in shaping today's new streetwear scene.

The collab ties together names and styles that span a few of streetwear's biggest sub-genres, combining the high fashion influence of Abloh's OFF-WHITE with Preston's more heavily graphic-based designs, and Asspizza's own signature art style. The collection includes a graphic tee, a cropped short sleeve crewneck sweater, and a printed work shirt. Spaghetti Boys tapped Palace Skateboards team rider Shawn Powers to model the lookbook, which also showcases some of Powers' own artwork.

Shop the collection here, and check out the lookbook and full drop below.


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