Who: Travis Scott

The outfit he’s wearing: Scott is donning 99%IS’ Gobchang bungee pants, a vintage Eagles tour T-shirt, a flannel over-shirt, and a pair of Supreme x Nike SB Dunks.

Location: Thousand Oaks, California

Why it works: 99%IS’ eye-catching bungee pants are one of the hottest fashion trends as of late, further playing on the baggy pants resurgence. Here, Travis pairs the bottoms with another popular item in a vintage tour T-shirt, as the outfit is further elevated by Supreme’s Nike SB Dunk Low Pro from 2002.

Editor’s Notes: Travis Scott is the latest celebrity to be spotted in 99%IS‘ ever-popular Gobchang bungee pants, following the likes of Billie Eilish, Playboi Carti, J Balvin, Bloody Osiris, and Lil Yachty, just to name a few. Just days ago, we highlighted Scott as he was previously seen riding the current baggy pants wave once again.

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WARR1OR. #bloodyosiris #99percentis

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99%IS’ Gobchang bungee pants are one of the hottest items in fashion right now. The bottoms — cut from stretch-shell and featuring a drawstring waist and elasticated cuffs — come optioned in multiple colorways, ranging from black and white, to khaki, gray, red, and pink. The all-over bungees then provide contrast, showcased in white, black, purple, red, and even a multicolored assortment.

Priced from approximately $1,070 to $1,340, you can pick up a pair through the Korean brand’s website.

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