A$AP Ferg & Uniform To Help African Kids With New Collection

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A$AP Ferg’s clothing line, TRAPLORD, has teamed up with the socially conscious brand, Uniform, to help kids in Africa.

Traplord is a New York City based street fashion clothing and lifestyle brand that started in late 2012 by A$AP Mob member, ASAP Ferg, while Uniform, is a Liberia-based clothing factory that donates a free uniform to a child each time their products are purchased.

The brands have unveiled a new limited streetwear collection, and for every piece sold in the collection, the profit will be used to provide a school uniform to a child in Africa.

The collection is a well articulated street design of army looks and street colors.

A lot of the designs A$AP Ferg comes up with are military inspired, cargo pants, military jackets and lots more

The collection was produced ethically in Africa and features a logo tee, hoodie, military shirt, camo jacket, bucket hat, and jumpsuits.

“The aesthetic of TRAPLORD was built on the fact that I didn’t have anything,” Ferg told Vogue on the inspiration behind this collection, “I want these kids to know that they are lords and that they can become the highest of the high.”

Take a look at the collection in the slides above…

Written By Ugochi Obiajunwa

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