Bee Line re-emerges at Billionaire Boys Club, with a new collection focused on designs inspired by simplicity and makers of a higher caliber. The new Collection—designed by the newly appointed creative director, Brendon Babenzien—is releasing EU exclusive pieces at the Billionaire Boys Club Flagships in London this week.
The first delivery of Bee Line’s new collection, dubbed “War and Peace”, is inspired by those who take a stand against hate and wrongdoing in our world, specifically, by way of supporting manufacturers that operate fairly in the USA, Canada, and Japan with high-quality materials.
Notable pieces include quality, Rugby-weight, striped long and short sleeve t-shirts made in Canada, and various pieces adorned with the word “ARMY” spelled out with flowers, nodding to the infamous Flower Power era during the 1960s, when youth used flowers as a symbol of peace and resistance of higher powers.
The new Bee Line Collection will also be available online at the BBC Website.
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