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Heron Preston and Calvin Klein are launching a reinvented collection

Jamé Jackson
·1-min read
Heron Preston
Heron Preston

Heron Preston has a new gig to add to his resume.

Preston is teaming up with Calvin Klein (yes, the fashion brand). A prominent streetwear designer whose contemporaries include Kanye West and Virgil Abloh. Preston created a Spring 2021 collection called Heron Preston for Calvin Klein.

The designer, who originally debuted his namesake label back in 2017, has previously collaborated with other, brands including Gap and Nike.

“I see this project as the first step; it’s a reawakening for the brand, moving us closer in our connection to culture and creativity. It is about forming interconnected partnerships who can help us tell our story in a way that maybe we couldn’t on our own,” Jacob Jordan, Calvin Klein’s Global Chief Merchant, Head of Product Strategy and New Product Ventures, told WWD.

Preston’s collection is gender-neutral as well as eco-friendly. Similarly, the collection highlights some of Calvin Klein’s already existing wardrobe staples, including underwear, t-shirts, denim and sweatshirts. The products range from $138 to $298 for sweatshirts and hoodies, $36 to $88 for underwear and $185 to $225 for denim.

The collection launches in the U.S. on April 23 and various markets in Asia and Europe.

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