Inspired by world-renowned engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla, this collection highlights Tesla’s most famous projects – such as the earthquake generator and the death ray – and delves into the intersection of energy, frequency and vibration.
MSFTSrep unveiled its newest limited edition “Fall/Winter 20” collection, featuring an eclectic design inspired by renowned engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla’s breakthrough findings on lighting and electricity.
The 22-piece unisex collection – which is exclusively available at www.msftsrep.com today – embodies MSFTSrep founder Jaden Smith’s interest in the intersection of energy, frequency and vibration as well as his favorite quote from Tesla: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
The new MSFTSrep capsule offers a variety of pieces including jackets, t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, shorts and more, but given Smith’s commitment to environmentally conscious initiatives, all t-shirts and hoodies are made from recycled and sustainably sourced cotton.
In addition to the collection’s focus on light, it also references some of Tesla’s most famous projects, such as the earthquake generator and the death ray. Prices for the 22-piece capsule range from $65 to $115.
Earlier this year, MSFTSrep launched its second collection under the “Trippy Summer” title, which originally debuted in August 2019 at a pop-up in Los Angeles. While “Trippy Summer” was designed to celebrate the magic of summer, the fall/winter collection aims at inspiring people to pursue their creativity.
MSFTSrep is an art collective and lifestyle brand that encompasses music, fashion, education and more. The collective, which was founded by Jaden Smith, Willow Smith and Harry Hudson, is built upon pushing boundaries of the unknown and creating a world where free-flowing expression, personal growth and individuality are encouraged and celebrated. For more information, visit MSFTSrep.com and follow @MSFTSrep on Instagram.
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