Rose in Good Faith has a new music-themed apparel collaboration coming out on December 10.
Drawing on collaborations with Ed Hardy, rappers Trippie Redd, the late Lil Skies and Lil Peep, and Abella Danger, the Los Angeles label has produced a bag that includes a classic t-shirt, 5-piece knitted hoodie , Japanese nylon jacket, tailored shirt, jogger and pendant. Hand-drawn artwork, hand-stitched quilt detail and the numbers “999” equate to recovery coins and Live Free 999, an organization founded by Juice Wrld’s mother, Carmela Wallace, to support Support programs and prevention measures to address mental health challenges and substance dependence.
“As we respect Jarad’s legacy [Juice Wrld]“We wanted to take a leap of faith and produce exquisite pieces that will last in your wardrobe for generations to come,” said David Teitelbaum, founder and chief executive officer of Rose in Good Faith. and easy to wear every day. “We came to Jarad and wanted to create something iconic, loveable, deeply metaphorical and meaningful.”
Juice Wrld, whose real name was Jarad Higgins, died just six days after his 21st birthday from an overdose of oxycodone and codeine. An autopsy revealed a toxic concentration of the drug in his system, which caused seizures and seizures in the young rapper shortly before landing in Chicago, where law enforcement officers were waiting. him after being warned by federal agents that guns and drugs were on board his jet.
Higgins is known for the hit single “Lucid Dreams” which peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and the second studio album, “Death Race for Love”, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in 2019. .
His first posthumous album, “Legends Never Die,” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 and his second posthumous album, “Fighting Demons,” the soundtrack to the series. The 2021 documentary “Juice Wrld: Into the Abyss” premieres November, which will release December 10 alongside the collection also after Juice Wrld Day in Chicago on December 9.
Into the Abyss is also the sixth and final installment of the HBO Max documentary series “Music Box.” The film premiered at AFI Fest on November 12, 2021, where it won the AFI Fest Documentary Audience Award and was officially released on December 16.
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