Drake is a man of many talents. When he’s not performing, acting, or beefing with other rappers; Drake is working on his own fashion label OVO (October’s Very Own). Based out of Toronto, the streetwear brand specializes in men’s clothing and accessories — until now.
OVO has its first foray into womens’ wear. The women’s 2015 capsule collection consists of athletic-inspired pieces — think leggings, sweats, oversized T-shirts, and other items. It’s all black, with the exception of gold trim on a sweatshirt-leggings set and the brand’s logos — an owl and a compass like OVO — stitched throughout.
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Notably absent, however, are the sensible turtleneck sweaters and puffer jackets of the surprise fashion sensation of the year, “Hot-Line Bling.” (The own sweatshirt Drake wore in the video is unfortunately, although not surprisingly, sold out.) But, the lounge-friendly clothes certainly lend themselves to, say, waiting for that hotline to bling — whichever one you prefer.
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Canadians will get a head-start on shopping the launch: The collection will hit shelves at OVO’s flagship store in Toronto on November 21, a full week before its set to drop online on November 28. (After all, Drake does have a thing for girls from “the 6.”)
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While our fingers are crossed for a little more turtleneck action in capsule 2.0., in the meantime, we’ll stick to our Champagne Papi-approved sweatsuits (and, as Drake prefers it, chillin’ with no makeup on).