Alongside its FW20 collection, Anti Social Social Club is releasing a new collaboration with Medicom Toy on Saturday. The drop is led by two new Be@rbricks, optioned in 400% and 1000% editions.

The pink Be@rbrick may look familiar, as ASSC previously released the collectible in smaller sizes. Now, however, the figure stands 11 inches in height (400%) and 27.5 inches (1000%), the latter accounting for ASSC's largest Be@rbrick to date. The see-through figure arrives in the streetwear brand's signature pink shade, with its unmistakable wavy logo on the chest and the back.

To complement the Be@rbricks, ASSC and Medicom Toy are also releasing a small capsule collection of apparel, consisting of a black hoodie as well as white and black T-shirts. Each garment features the ASSC logo and the Be@rbrick on the front and back.

You'll be able to try for the Anti Social Social Club x Medicom Toy collaboration when it releases tomorrow, November 21 at 11 a.m. EST on

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