The sixth design for the XVLP: Collaborative Apparel Collection was released today by Complex Magazine online. RVCA is the sixth brand to collaborate with Linkin Park in this project celebrating fifteen years since the debut of Hybrid Theory.
“When RVCA started, and this sounds crazy, a big influence for me was Bruce Lee’s philosophy. And here’s a guy who took traditional martial arts like kung fu or (…) western boxing, utilizing compounds of each thing to make his own style. That’s kind of what you guys did with your music” says Pat Tenore from RVCA.
This release is based on a RVCA’s top seller hooded jacket with a Linkin Park twist. This unisex, navy and black hooded fleece-style jacket uses iconic assets of Linkin Park and RVCA. The combination is subtle enough to make it wearable for a long time. It has LP and RVCA’s patches on the front and on the sleeves. The official XVLP logo is embroidered across the back with the LP street soldier and six marks to represent each of the partners in the XVLP collection.
Each jacket is $95.00 USD and limited to 150 pieces.
RVCA is the final release for XVLP. BAPE – the first release – is sold out, but limited amounts remain for CLOT, The Hundreds, The Seventh Letter and Brooklyn Projects. Each limited edition design can be purchased HERE.