Chris Brown is always finding new ways to flex his artistic abilities.
You may remember his toy collaboration with artist Ron English called Dum English. Well, after having a great response, Chris began working on his own collection of clothes. This time around, it would be called Black Pyramid.
Comprised mostly of streetwear items like hats, t-shirts and sweats, the brand is a cool collection of leisure clothes that would actually be appropriate for anyone with a casual wardrobe. Once again, Chris used his collection to collaborate with another clothing line, this time around it's with California based company Pink+Dolphin.
Together with the brand's CEO, Neima Khaila, and head designer Cena Barhaghi, Chris released a collection of t-shirts and he was on hand at the Pink+Dolphin store in Los Angeles yesterday for the launch of the collaborative collection. Chris explained that it felt right to work with Pink+Dolphin because he respected what they were doing, loved the design aesthetic and liked the fact that they are all young, fashionable guys making things happen. Chris says his designs were inspired by his art and that no one of this generation had mastered the art of making a perfect pyramid, hence the name, Black Pyramid. Take a look at some of the pictures from the release in the gallery above.