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H&M teams up with Disney and Trevor Andrew on new menswear collection

H&M is celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary with the release of Disney 100 x H&M, a collection by artist Trevor Andrew. Made up of streetwear-inspired pieces featuring… View Article

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H&M teams up with Disney and Trevor Andrew on new menswear collection

H&M is celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary with the release of Disney 100 x H&M, a collection by artist Trevor Andrew.

Made up of streetwear-inspired pieces featuring Disney’s legendary characters, the range also includes limited-edition skateboards.

A former professional snowboarder, Andrew is now a multi-disciplinary artist and the man behind the street art tag, Gucci Ghost.

Spanning sweatshirts, hoodies, t-shirts, shirts, and a long-sleeved polo, the collection features several Disney characters, as well as all-over prints and Andrew’s signature symbols, such as the ghost and the flying egg. It also includes a range of accessories such as  caps, socks, boxer shorts.

Ross Lydon, head of menswear design at H&M, said: “I’m really excited to release our first three-way collaboration. Diving into the Disney archives together with Trevor has resulted in something that is both iconic and unique.”

Based in LA, Andrew is also a musician, filmmaker and NFT creator. His work has been displayed in galleries worldwide, such as Deitch Projects, Milk Studio, One Trick Pony, HVW8, Parco Osaka and Modern Art Museum Shanghai. In 2019, Andrew launched a streetwear-inspired brand called Real Buy.

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