We love a first. A debut. Building the foundations to something that has the potential to become bigger a better, and that is precisely what END. and Dickies have to offer.
For their inaugural collaboration, the duo looks to the "Stock Market" in playful reflection of the ultra-materialism of the 1980s. In essence, if Wolf of Wall Street's wardrobe was set on a collision course with contemporary workwear romanticism, it might look something like this.
The seven-piece collection brings some of Dickies best-selling flagship apparel lines center stage and gives them an unapologetically in-your-face makeover; for 100-dollar bill graphic prints, enquire within.
Dickies' Kanye-certified Eisenhower Jacket and 874 Workpants are a standout for the concise collection, arriving as a matching two-piece pinstripe effect suit that reads "Don't be a Dickies." If one of your grails is a certain suit worn by a certain MMA champion that one time, look no further.
If subtle isn't your cup of tea, the infamous Garage Shirt may well be, thanks to its all over 100-dollar bill print, complete with a black contrasting collar and chest pockets.
Additional lines come in the form of a series of short sleeve T-shirts, emblazoned with graphics that include a written cheque and an old-school keyboard.
Dickies x END. "Stock Market" collection is marked for a January 14 release online via END. Launches.