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Depop and Wiz Khalifa partner for drops

By Kristopher Fraser


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Community-powered resale platform, Depop, has launched an exclusive, curated shop with multi-platinum selling, Grammy and Golden Globe nominated recording artist, Wiz Khalifa. A portion of the proceeds from the shop will be donated to music education program Little Kids Rock and 412 Food Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to recovering and redistributing food to those in need. The Depop x Whiz Khalifa shop will drop with an edit of 100 items which include high quality menswear items from Khalifa’s personal wardrobe and will feature brands including Supreme, Balenciaga, Martine Rose and more with prices ranging from 40 dollars to 500 dollars.

“I am excited to partner with Depop and share some of my favorite pieces worn over the years with my community,” said Khalifa in a statement. “There are tons of moments that stand out to me in this group of stuff that I want to share with y’all - the fans, to create memories of their own!”

Hero pieces from Khalifa’s wardrobe include a Fear of God Denim Button-Up worn in the “Real Rappers Rap” music video, Orange Versace Cargo Pants worn in the “Speed Me Up” music video, and Phipps Brown Cargo Pants worn in the “Contact” music video.

“We are proud to announce our latest partnership with Wiz Khalifa,” said Steve Dool, head of brand partnerships at Depop, in a statement. “His music and fashion have molded him into the icon who inspires generations. We’re so excited to be able to offer these incredible pre-worn pieces from Wiz’s personal wardrobe exclusively to the Depop community.”

Drop 1 from Wiz Khalifa’s curated shop will be available exclusively on Depop. First Research recently predicted that the resale industry in the U.S. is expected to have annual revenues of 17.5 billion dollars this year, making Depop a company poised for continuous growth.

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