Skepta's Olive Green Tracksuit for his new clothing line Mains.

Skepta Shows His Love for Tracksuits With Mains, His New Clothing Line

Yesterday, Skepta announced on Instagram and Twitter that his new clothing line, Mains, will drop on June 26, 2017. He also shared three images of an olive green tracksuit from it.

26 / JUNE / 17 @mainslondon

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A tracksuit enthusiast himself, Skepta took a minimalist approach with this design. There are no big logos or graphics on the piece, just some well-placed seams and rope embroidery going from the shoulders down the sleeves. The lack of blatant branding is not surprising, as Skepta has spoken out in hits like “That’s Not Me” and “Shutdown” against wearing gear by Gucci and Fendi just for their logos.

Next week we’ll see if Skeppy is set to become the next big rapper/fashion designer, but if it’s indication, we already know how strong his merch game is.

Worldwide @muts4real for real. Mafia. Never die. 😤😤

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NEW merch @ www.helloskepta.com

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