Money Tenth Anniversary Collections
Money, the luxury British streetwear brand favoured by Tinie Tempah, is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a new collection. The label, worn by the likes of 50 Cent, Chris Brown and Amir Khan, is also choosing to mark the occasion with the launch a new trainer style.
SS14 clothing features graphic t-shirts, denim pieces, caps, shorts, bomber jackets and tracksuits across its main and premium Black Money lines. Many pieces carry the dual gorilla/M logo the brand has become recognised for.
Footwear introduces the nylon/suede Run Money trainer for the first time, available in eight bright colour options including blue, grey, red and orange. An all-white leather tennis version has also been created, which uses a flash of green on the tongue.
Money, known for reinterpreting sporting classics, takes inspiration from London’s high fashion styles as well as urban culture.
The accompanying lookbook, shot by photographer Viktor Vauthier in Los Angeles, showcases the new range and stars model Jazz Bell alongside professional skateboarder and model Gabriel Vazquez.
Colour, graphics and all-over prints make up the clothing collection, with signature floral prints and pastel tones delivering a vintage appeal.
The London-based brand’s trademark graphic t-shirts also make a return, taking inspiration from post-war pop art as well as erotica photography by Richard Kern.
Money is currently available in over 120 UK stores and online at MoneyClothing.com. Price points for the SS14 collection start at £30 for the mainline, £35 for premium Black Money and £65 for trainers.