Quantcast
After Nearly a Decade, Wu Wear Returns with a Holiday 2017 Collection

After Nearly a Decade, Wu Wear Returns with a Holiday 2017 Collection

After Nearly a Decade, Wu-Wear Returns with a Holiday 2017 Collection

A triumphant return, ten years in the making

Back from the depths of Shaolin, Wu Wear has turned in its first collection in nearly a decade.

Founded in 1995 by Wu-Tang Clan executive producer and merchandising visionary, Oliver “Power” Grant, the iconic streetwear brand closed up chop in 2008 after pioneering hip-hop’s artist-inspired clothing racket for 13 years; a venture, Puff Daddy, Jay-Z and later, Pharrell, would model their own non-musical empires after.

READ: RZA Commemorates 25th Anniversary of Enter The 36th Chamber with Wu Wear Relaunch

First announced in late-summer as a 25th-anniversary commemoration of the foundational hip-hop group’s debut album, Enter The 36th Chamber, Wu Wear’s return was originally slated for a 2018 debut. And while a full line is still expected next year, a Holiday collection has arrived, perhaps as a litmus for anticipation.

WATCH: The Wu-Tang Clan Perform “My Only One” with The Roots on The Tonight Show

Though it’s seasonal, the line doesn’t appear to be holding anything back, featuring a wild array of tees, hoodies, long-sleeves, caps and beenies in a simple and clean color palette, all graced with the group’s logo, of course.

You can peruse (and inevitably cop) Wu Wear’s comeback collection in full via the link below.

BUY


Our Newsletter

Follow us on Social Media