Lil Peep's team is teasing something for next Saturday, March 17.
It looks like a pop-up shop might be coming, and fans will have the chance to check out a collection designed by the musician.
On March 12, a picture posted on Peep's official Instagram account shows the emo rapper holding a note, which reads “Lil Peep x Sus Boy. 3.17.18.”
The picture's location is Los Angeles, which might mean the pop-up shop will be somewhere in the city.
Two days ago, Peep's creative director, Sus Boy, shared a picture of a new merch item. “We designed our own collection and finished it the day before he left for tour,” he wrote. “I’d never heard him so excited about his goals to break into fashion. He’d conquered the runway, but now was ready to drop his own vision.”
Sus Boy continued, “I’m so grateful and blessed that he chose to share in that vision with me, but I’m crushed knowing he passed before the clothes were even finished being manufactured.”
“Our collection has a piece of him in every design,” the creative director wrote. “Thank you Peep for putting so much of yourself into everything you made.”
Check out both posts below:
The rarest homie that sits with you till 5 am designing on the computer… thank you Peep for burning the candle at both ends. ������ We designed our own collection and finished it the day before he left for tour. It’s tragic that on that fateful day before returning to CA he hit me up, but I was asleep. I called him back not realizing we would never speak again, and he laid out the following two week plan to roll out the capsule. (thanks to everyone who told me to hit him back on FaceTime ��). I’d never heard him so excited about his goals to break into fashion, he’d conquered the runway, but now was ready to drop his own vision. I’m so grateful and blessed that he chose to share in that vision with me, but I’m crushed knowing he passed before the clothes were even finished being manufactured. He gave all of himself in his art. And our collection has a piece of him in every design LITERALLY �� you’ll see. Thank you Peep for putting so much of yourself into everything you made. You live on through your art, and now on us as well! (That is unless you’ve already covered yourself in his tattoos ��) #lilpeepforever
Lil Peep's death at the age of 21 came as a shock to the music community. Presumed an overdose, the musician's brother Oskar recently said the death was accidental: “He was super happy with where he was in life.”
Peep was part of GothBoiClique, cofounded with Wicca Phase aka Adam McIlwee, the ex-singer of Tiger’s Jaw, creating their own hip-hop/emo subgenre that has prompted a massive movement in the music industry. With over 100 million streams to-date, including tracks such as “Awful Things” and “The Brightside,” he solidified his standing in the genre-defying movement.
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