First seen on all three members of Migos while on tour with Drake, Marc Jacques Burton's collaboration with Kangol is now being made available to the public. Included in the collaboration are three Kangol boucle bucket hats and four Kangol tracksuits.

The bucket hats, available in red, black and white, are silk-screen printed in Italy with MJB’s hand-painted art, with references to the brand's signature bat and Basquiat-like characters.

The tracksuits, available in red, black, green and yellow, the latter of which is a Selfridges exclusive, feature both brands' logos along the side stripes, in addition to the Kangol kangaroo and MJB bat.

Catch Migos wearing the tracksuits below and look for the collection to release on October 3, 11 a..m. BST at, Selfridges, LUISAVIAROMA and Riccardi Boston.

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