Wiz Khalifa recently joined forces with Los Angeles streetwear brands Pleasures and FourTwoFour, thus showcasing their new collaborative efforts at this year's Made LA festival. Taking place over the weekend, we were in attendance to soak in everything that went down.

Before the runway show, which unveiled the aforementioned capsule, Wiz spoke with Vogue, saying, “I think the more daring, but still chill, individual is going to wear it. It’s for people who want to just fall back and kick it, but still be noticed as well.”

An ode to the 29-year-old rapper's Pittsburgh roots, the collection is highlighted by an assortment of scissor-cropped yellow hoodies with “FOURTWOFOUR” on the sleeves, as well as black sweats welcoming checkered piping down the sides and the Pleasures logo. To complement, orange denim jackets are outfitted with phrases such as “Pretty girls make graves” and “Entitled to nothing.”

According to Khalifa, the clothing is unisex.

“Everybody likes to wear everything these days,” Wiz stated. “It all crosses over. Chicks want to wear their guy’s clothes, and guys want to wear shit that girls are into as well.”

Again, the collaboration was unveiled courtesy of a runway show/concert hybrid, which welcomed performances by Wiz and his Taylor Gang pals, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J and Chevy Woods.

“Fashion and music go hand in hand,” Khalifa told Vogue before the show. “It’s all expression. And to feel good, you’ve got to look good. Knowing that you’re on point, style-wise—even if it’s just you impressing yourself, which it should be most of the time—that helps everything in life.”

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