Last year, rapper Nas started a clothing line in conjunction with lifestyle brand Grungy Gentleman. Now, Nas is bringing back his HSTRY label, but this time he’s doing it all by himself, and it’s a personal collection of styles inspired by events and aspirations of Nas’ own childhood and upbringing.
Nas’ HSTRY is made up of 25 pieces in all, and includes bucket hats, crewnecks, graphic T-shirts, and more, most of which take heavy cues from the late 80s and early 90s. Nas’ hometown of New York City is also a big influence, and the lookbook that showcases the label’s relaunch was shot there, and also stars Bishop Nehru and Everard Best, as well as Nas himself.
You can see the HSTRY fall/winter 2014 collection lookbook from Nas in the gallery below. And if you like what you see, head over to the HSTRY online store here, where the entire collection is available for purchase right now.
Here’s the lookbook: