Model and designer, Kailand Morris, has teamed up with Italian fashion-brand, ICEBERG, for a streetwear line of clothes that fuses sport-luxe and underground attitude with a “Hype Psychedelic” spin.
The long-awaited unisex collab between ICEBERG and Morris, the son of legendary musician Stevie Wonder and designer Kai Milla, dropped this week and is available worldwide. The Blast is told Kailand worked extremely closely with ICEBERG’s creative director, James Long, over the past two years to create the streetwear line.
19-year-old Kailand, who recently wrapped a 2-year internship with Dior Homme and artistic creative director, Kim Jones, has continued to show off his growth in the fashion industry as he has shown both skills as a model and designer.
“Thank you all for helping me in bringing this vision to life,” Kailand wrote in an Instagram post when the capsule collection debuted. He added, “Much love.”
No Ad to show
It’s not the first time that Kailand has teamed up with ICEBERG, after a charity push earlier this year when Kailand designed a limited edition t-shirt that raised funds for the Los Angeles-based Watts Empowerment Center.
Check Out the Styles
According to the ICEBERG store, Kailand Morris’ line includes the signature streetwear looks with puffer jackets, cargo pants, anorak vests, hoodies, T-shirts, baseball caps, socks and more, available in light taupe, steel blue, vibrant orange, chromatic whites and blacks.
Many of the pieces also featured hand-drawn designs by the artist, Vamee.
Ranging in price from $60 socks to a $400 hoodie, all of Kailand’s capsule collection is now available for purchase.