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Daily Crush: Zebra Katz Releases Outrageously Patterned Capsule Collection

Photography: Bjorn Jonas

Brb, buying every piece from the rapper's Print All Over Me collaboration.

OUT100 alumnus Zebra Katz, the queer rapper best known for his viral 2012 single, "Ima Read," has created an outrageously patterned capsule collection alongside NYC-based design company Print All Over Me.

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The colorful new collaboration features five original prints, including a wild glitchy option, Katz's name repeated almost religiously and another with a strange BDSM-inspired mask. These options are available on everything from duffle bags to button-downs and bodycon dresses, but the "fractal face mask," which is equal parts kaleidoscope and sex slave, is our personal favorite.

Every PAOM piece is custom made, the site explains. They print the fabric first, and then cut and sew in order to offer high quality items and produce in an environmentally sustainable way. Through this model, PAOM is also able to offer their studio employees a living wage and health benefits. Their collab with Katz follows an admirably long line of queer releases, including BCALLA, Geoffrey Mac and Slather Factory.

Click here to purchase everything and watch PAOM's flashy promotional video, below.

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