Pleasures and Weezer have teamed up to bring you a collection inspired by the '90s rock legends. The new drop includes three T-shirts and a hat.

Pleasures picked Weezer's second album Pinkerton as the star of the line. Critically panned upon release, Pinkerton has since amassed thousands of fans, and Pleasures decided to immortalize the former black sheep album through street style.

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Two shirts bear Pinkerton's album art on the front and the project's tracklist across the back. Additionally, the collection includes a shirt and hat emblazoned with Weezer's classic logo. They also recruited glaive to model the new line.

Alternative Press got in touch with Pleasures founder Alex James for issue #397. James spoke about his brand, what it means to him and his mission to blend music and fashion.

"For me, my uniform is always band merch. Then I started to see brands collaborating with bands and artists and musicians, but it wasn't really any of the stuff that I was listening to," James says. "I felt like there was a gap, like, 'What about me and my friends and our scene and our audience?'"

Check out the collection below and grab a piece or two here.

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