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Porter Robinson Debuts Fashion Collab With Chloma

Get ready to embrace your inner uwu. Porter Robinson is showing fans he can make more than music and expanding his creative vision to the fashion world.

Robinson has taken his Virtual Self brand and transformed it into a fashion collab with Chloma. Based out of Japan, Chloma is a high-end designer known for his sporty and oversized pieces. The collab entitled Human-Error:LAMENT features a variety of pieces ranging from jackets, skirts, and parkas. Perfect for winter festivals or for those who like to rock the oversized shirt look.

Porter Robinson Human-Error:LAMENT

Pieces in the collection range from $150-$550 so it’s definitely an investment piece. Most pieces are available for pre-order right now but won’t ship until the end of May. All of the pieces in this collection embrace a futuristic look with a sporty twist and in my opinion, look super comfy. According to the collaborations website, Robinson and Chloma spent two years on these designs, making it a true labor of love.

Porter Robinson Human-Error:LAMENT

And everything is going to a good cause.

All of my profits on the Chloma collaboration will go directly to the Robinson Malawi Fund and will be used for direct patient care for pediatric and adolescent lymphoma in Malawi.

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If you’re looking to stunt at your next Virtual Self set, get these babies while they’re still in stock! All pieces are extremely limited and there are no refunds or exchanges, so get ’em while you can! Shop here.

But that’s not all,

In addition to the clothing, Porter Robinson has put out an art book entitled Virtual Self: Utopia Archive. This book gives fans a rare look into Robinson’s mind with detailed art and inspiration from the Virtual Self project. Find never before seen images, early logo concepts and more.

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