Lil Peep’s estate released a limited-edition merchandise collection on Sunday (November 1), what would’ve been the late rapper’s 24th birthday.

The capsule, which is currently available on Peep’s official website, features an array of garments, which were designed by the Los Angeles-based Firmé Atelier and produced in Japan. Each style only features 50 pieces in stock and some already have sold out. The capsule pays homage to Peep’s eccentric flair, which became part of his artistry.

The entire merch drop is made from high-quality vegan leather with prices in the Rockstar collection ranging from $150 to $300.

Fans can pick up their choice of waistbags, flared pants and leather jackets, while the clothing line comes in three colors — sour apple, hot pink and black — which pay homage to Peep’s style and daring hair color choices throughout his brief career. Each zipper is also carefully inscribed with Peep’s script logo.

 

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Peep’s brother, Oskar Ahr, played a major role in bringing the Rockstar collection to life.

“I am inspired every day by the open-mindedness and confidence with which Peep approached his life and career,” he said. “I know that Peep’s style and aesthetic are also very influential, and my brother told me himself that he had goals of getting more seriously involved in fashion. Taking influence from Gus’ style is my favorite way of staying close to him.”

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