RHUDE Crafts Capsule to Celebrate the Legacy of the Los Angeles Lakers

Inspired by his love of American culture and the sport of basketball, designer Rhuigi Villaseñor came together with the Los Angeles Lakers to craft a truly special RHUDE collection.

Celebrating the legacy of the iconic team, the special range is centered around washing RHUDE favorites with the Lakers’ signature mix of gold, purple and white. Accented by a tinge of retro flair, the collaboration is led by takes on the Lightning Bomber Jacket in satin and leather, black, white and gold Bandana Bomber Jacket and faded gold and purple colorways of the RHECESS-HI sneaker. Other standouts include the Quarter-Zip in an array of color options, vintage championship-inspired Ring Tee, Warm-Up Pants, Logo Shorts and a lineup of Lakers themed socks. Aside from the signature Logo Hat in gold, headwear styles come in partnership with New Era and see Rhuigi reimagine the classic Lakers logo with RHUDE branding.

Check out the Los Angeles Lakers x RHUDE collection above and shop the range now on RHUDE, New Era and the Los Angeles Lakers‘ websites.

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The OFFICIAL Rhude x @lakers x @neweracap Available Sunday 10/4 12:00PM PST www.rh-ude.com

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The Official collaboration with LA @Lakers x @Rhude x @neweracap . Sunday 12pm PST WWW.RH-UDE.COM We finalized the project right around my citizenship day. The American Dream. When thinking about Los Angeles, a melting pot city built on diversity, This hat to me is for the kids who have a dollar and a dream, the minorities, those bus rides to thrift for vintage lakers gear; for those who are driven by the will power for more. For those, like my parents, work tirelessly for a better opportunity. The true Champions. This ones for y’all. For my city. Wear it like a crown. CHAMPIONSHIP HAT BABYYYY

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