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Milan streetwear label IUTER is gearing up to launch an exclusive capsule collection at this year’s ComplexCon with an editorial featuring Italian rapper Gue Pequeño, and shot by street photographer Sha Ribeiro.

Nicknamed the Nepal Tiger pack, the capsule features two iconic pieces from its FW17 collection, the Nepal crewneck and t-shirt, as well as a brand new piece produced exclusively for ComplexCon: the Nepal soccer tee.

The Nepal crewneck and t-shirt features slick symmetrical embroidered prints of twin tigers on the sleeves that run into the chest that truly channels wild vibes.

For its ComplexCon exclusive piece, IUTER takes the popular soccer jersey silhouette and remixes it with an alternative tiger print on both sleeves as well as features like antibacterial silver threading and number 02 on the back, representing the year IUTER was founded as well as Milan’s area code.

The brand tapped Pequeño to show off the fresh duds as both call Italy home. Pequeño has been an instrumental figure in the success of Italian hip-hop culure’s two biggest collectives and continues to be a driving force in Italy’s rap scene today.

You can cop the Nepal pack at ComplexCon this weekend in Long Beach between November 4-5 as well as IUTER’s website and store in Milan.

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