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Blvck Partners with Epic On New Fortnite Clothing Collection for Gamers

The collection includes T-shirts and hoodies from some of Fortnite’s most popular characters

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Blvck Paris, the worldwide lifestyle brand that’s dedicated to bringing its customers the best minimalistic black products, has partnered with Epic Games to launch a Fortnite clothing and lifestyle collection.

The collection includes T-shirts, shorts, hoodies and lifestyle accessories that feature some of the iconic characters and references from the game, such as Peely and Cuddle Team Leader.

The products were created by Julian O’hayon, Blvck’s chief executive officer and designer and his team.

In a conversation with WWD, O’hayon said commented, “Our partnership with Fortnite invites the most notable brand in the gaming world into our Blvck lifestyle and aesthetic. We’re creating bespoke products, focusing on minimalism, quality and design that both fans of Blvck and Fortnite will be proud. The product range will consist of a high-level clothing line and accessories for both everyday and gaming.”

The prices range from $90 for a Blvck x Fortnite T-shirt, hoodies sell for $120, while the tumbler is priced at $65 and is currently available for purchase at Blvck Stores and is shipping worldwide.

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