House33 is relaunching, and to refresh your memory, the label is a mashup collaboration of individuals like streetwear/high-fashion icon, Simon "Barnzley" Armitage, Andy Cruz and his visual interpretation, along with House Industries artists Ken Barber, Chris Gardner, as well as designer Jeremy Dean. Initially a project that showcased their affinity for typographic and illustrative explorations, the label delved into producing clothing, artwork and lettering that defy attachment to any single genre.

Recently, the brand has unveiled its first drop consisting of three T-shirts, two of which are already sold out. The short and long-sleeve tees are essentially defined by the label's distinctive branding and motifs, which are prominently displayed across the chest and throughout the sleeves.

With prices starting at $36, you can cop the offerings on House33's official website now, with more new pieces to drop in the coming weeks ahead.

For more shopping, Balenciaga releases a ridiculous $8,000 oversized layered parka.

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