Virtual Self Drops New Fashion Line with Japanese Brand Chloma for A Great Cause

Porter Robinson continuously breaks boundaries with his Virtual Self project — when it comes to music, obviously, and now though his new fashion line. The multifaceted DJ/producer/creative has teamed up with the high fashion brand Chloma to bring his loyal following some high quality threads featuring original Virtual Self graphics. The line features black and white jacket designs, a hoodie, a high neck tee, and a skater skirt — all made in Japan.

The collaborative merchandise doesn’t come without a hefty price tag, however. The signature Chloma + Virtual Self Human-ERROR:Lament Black Unisex Anorak aka windbreaker costs $550. Each article of clothing works down in price from there. Plus, the Virtual Self: Utopia Archive (Art Book) priced at $49.99. But it’s all going to a great cause, as Porter states on his socials… 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. Due to the limited nature of these items, returns and exchanges are not accepted. All sales are final and limited to no more than one of each item, per order. Delivery is scheduled for the end of May.

For the ultimate Virtual Self fans — shop here.

— porter robinson (@porterrobinson) January 23, 2020

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