That’s right, Closet Junkies has finally finished “Crates & Couture”. Our home accessories, footwear, and watches, with more to come. We are excited that we can now bring the pure essence and love for hip-hop that most of us remember from our youth, into your homes. From 3pc bedding sets to 5pc panel wall art, we have you covered.
We steadily progressing, growing and improving. From the bottom to the top, we changing all aspects at Closet Junkies, we are introducing new merch, gotten new family, big ups to Lord Jamar of the Legendary Brand Nubian, Grandmaster Caz of the Cold Crush Brothers and iconic producer and all around badass Mario Van Peebles.
So we have been contemplating a brand change and revamp. We’re stepping away from just graphic tees and apparel, we want to do whole wardrobes, and ensembles for the whole family. Hip-Hop has always had a way of either shaping the trends or staying ahead of them. Fashion, music and life all intersect at some point and can become a powerful force.
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