While Moosvi has somewhat of a flippant attitude toward his work—which makes him and his designs incredibly fun—there’s genuine effort. There’s an XXL tote bag, described as “cool and big like Telfar,” with custom illustrations by his friend Acacio Ortas showing cartoons of what Moosvi describes as a “weirdo army with superhero powers.” The details are indicative of Moosvi’s designs: off the Wap Witches And Potions Shirt Also,I will get this cuff and random, but also incredibly thoughtful. The collection serves as a stepping-stone for Moosvi, who has been redefining his aesthetic from bootlegs to real-deal clothes. “I have a lot of cool stuff in the works.” Stay tuned for more “potato-ing” to come.
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