Here’s a Look at Lil Wayne’s Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus – Complex

About six years after he launched his skate-centric brand Trukfit, Lil Wayne has decided to expand his fashion offerings with a new line of Young Money apparel.

The range, which is a collaborative effort with luxury department store Neiman Marcus, will officially drop this weekend in Southern California. Wayne began teasing the drop earlier this month on social media; however, there weren’t many details about what the line would deliver. Until now.

The Young Money x Neiman Marcus collaboration is right in line with Weezy’s streetwear style, as it will offer everything from tees and coaches jackets to hoodies and headwear. Though the designs all feature Young Money branding, they’re much more subtle than the Trukfit pieces we’ve seen in the past. They’re cleaner, more mature, and definitely more Neiman Marcus.

The collection will launch this Friday at the department store’s Beverly Hills location. In celebration of the collaboration, Wayne will make a special appearance at Neiman Marcus between 2-4 p.m. on the day of its launch. According to Tunechi, the first 75 people who purchase items from the Young Money collection will get to meet him as well as members of his crew.

You can check out pieces from the collection, modeled by Wayne himself, below.

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Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands

Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands

Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands

Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands

Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands

Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands

Lil Wayne's Young Money Clothing Line With Neiman Marcus
Photo courtesy of Vinick Dias / Sovereign Brands