Another to-be-successful character collaboration by Stereo Vinyls comes courtesy of The Simpsons. The Korean label has signed to release a four-part capsule with the American sitcom characters, the first of which is more focused on accessories. Stereo Vinyls calls its range of caps, bucket hats, totes, cases and socks more of a "prologue" of what's to come. The clothing and animation names plan to unravel the story of The Simpsons family members in playful ways through the forthcoming collections, all planned to release periodically through 2017.

What's caught our attention more, however, is the fact that Keith Ape, Okasian and Reddy of Hi-Lite Records and Cohort modeled the lookbook. Keith Ape's viral song and video, "It G Ma," translates to "do not forget" in Korean - this collection we surely will not.

Stereo Vinyls' Simpsons capsule will be available online at SV, Beaker, Musinsa and more starting next month.

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