CLOT and Emotionally Unavailable have teamed up on a capsule collection celebrating TLC’s iconic 1994 album “CrazySexyCool.” This collaboration marks the first partnership between CLOT and Emotionally Unavailable — both imprints co-founded by Edison Chen — and combines CLOT’s East-Meets-West mentality and odes to hip-hop and the ’90s with Emotionally Unavailable’s hopeless romantic vibes.
The tees in the collection feature a Yin Yang symbol made from the abbreviation CSC mixed with EU’s signature dripping heart. The design of the logo is also inspired by a woman’s body, putting an erotic and fun twist to the the Chinese symbol.
The highlight of the collection is the CLOT Silk Royale Jacket, a piece previously released in collaboration with fragment design. This time around, the fabric on the jacket features both the CLOT logo and the Emotionally Unavailable dripping heart, while the front of the jacket features an embroidered EU dripping heart logo in red.
Pieces from the capsule are available now via JUICE STORE, though the CLOT x Emotionally Unavailable “CrazySexyCool” collection will receive a global release via the Emotionally Unavailable webstore on Friday, November 6th at 8am PST.