After being spotted in what was rumored to be a new Cactus Jack x Evisu collaboration while celebrating Khloe Kardashian's birthday, we can now take a closer look at the duds in question courtesy of the rapper's long-term photographer, @rayscorruptedmind.

Although official details of the collaboration are scarce at this point, La Flame can be seen wearing a denim jacket and white jeans combination, with the latter featuring a co-branded back pocket. The jeans also appear to include copper-tone hardware and contrast brown/white stitching reminiscent of the color scheme used on Scott's Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack” released in 2019.

The Japanese brand, founded by Hidehiko Yamane, was a staple of ’90s denim, known for its distinctive white logo, baggier cuts, and most recently for a collaboration with Palace Skateboards.

See the initial images that surfaced by swiping through Khloe's IG gallery below.

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