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Jiberish for ODESZA

Collaborating with musicians and artist that we respect is one of the most rewarding parts of what we do as a brand. Also seeing them absolutely explode in the last few years is an awesome feeling. These facts have made our latest collaboration with ODESZA that much more meaningful. 
In an effort to showcase the alignment of our two brands, we collaborated with ODESZA on a carefully designed capsule collection. The release features two beanies, two tees and the standout custom hockey jersey, all of which were designed by the members of the ODESZA crew and cut-and-sewn by Jiberish. The jersey is composed of a breathable, heavyweight double knit polyester fabric for soft, smooth durability, and features a custom embroidered ODESZA logo patch on the front. The beanies and tees feature the classic Jiberish fit and construction that have become mainstays of the brand.
Lookbook photos by Jason Siegel (@jsiegelphotography). 


More about ODESZA:

"In addition to their explosive growth online and in the electronic space, ODESZA is making waves in the mainstream with strong radio play around the globe at stations such as KCRW, KEXP, The Current, Triple J, BBC Radio 1 and Sirius AltNation where they’ve cracked the Alt18. The duo has also been highlighted in the national press, from The New York Times and NPR Music, to TIME and Entertainment Weekly. Poised to become one of electronic music’s biggest breakout stories of 2014/2015, ODESZA will surely become one of music’s biggest prime movers in years to come. They’ve already capitalized on the success of their NO.SLEEP mix and party series by launching Foreign Family Collective, an outlet for musicians and visual artists alike curated by ODESZA themselves. Foreign Family Collective’s debut release was the huge R&B/electronic pop banger, “Fiend,” from Troy Samuela & Monsoonsiren with forthcoming releases and projects from Big Wild and more exciting, cutting edge producers and graphic artists. The sky is the limit for these young turks."