Wiz Khalifa's son, Sebastian, is only three-years-old but the toddler is already following in his father's stylish footsteps and getting his own clothing collection thanks to the father-son collaboration with L.A.-based fashion retailer Junk Food Clothing.
Named after Sebastian's nickname, BASH boasts a variety of shirts, sweatshirts, a bomber jacket, and accessories. Wiz told People that the collection was a natural extension of his and his son's shared sense of style. "I shop with him a lot, and we match often," Khalifa explained. "He's definitely got my sense of style. Everybody tells me how fresh he usually looks, from store-bought stuff, so we're making his own stuff now."
The clothing items are entirely inspired by Sebastian's favorite activities. "I just really wanted it to feel personal to him, so when he sees it, he gets excited," noted Wiz. "He's three years old, so he might not understand the concept of having his own clothing line. But the fact that all of his favorite things are all over his clothes, it makes him feel special; it makes him entertained by what he’s wearing."
Of course, Wiz has his own personal pick for his favorite item from the collaborative collection. "My favorite piece was probably the pumpkin sock because he loves pumpkins so much. He's really into Halloween and spooky things, and the fact that we were able to pull off a pumpkin design was really cool."
The clothes range in price from $35 to $50 for kids and $45 to $80 for mens, with the exception of the slightly pricier bomber that will be going for $150 and $250, respectively. Look for the BASH By Junk Food capsule collection to launch Oct. 15 and pick it up at the brand's Venice, California flagship location or online at JunkFoodClothing.com.