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MONSTA X Exudes Their Stylish Charms In Special Clothing Collection For “Play It Cool” With Steve Aoki And Feggy Min

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The boys of MONSTA X showed their cool fashion style while sporting these pieces from their clothing collab with Steve Aoki and Feggy Min!

MONSTA X offers a way for Monbebes to “play it cool” while expressing their love for the group’s hit collaboration track with Steve Aoki through a fashionable clothing collection of the same title!

Photo from MONSTA X’s Official Twitter Account

Recently, the group revealed that they have struck up yet another partnership with Steve Aoki. This time, it is in the form of clothes that fans will surely enjoy! Enlisting the help of Switzerland-based artist/illustrator Feggy Min and Dim Mak Collection, they launched a collection titled Play It Cool in celebration of their very successful song collaboration.

Designs

The collection features three pieces – a Steve Aoki + MONSTA X + Feggy Min shirt priced $55, which also has a hoodie equivalent sold at $85, and a Play It Cool tee available at $45.

Sporting the apparel themselves, the group had fans reaching for their wallets immediately with the revelation of the collection’s cute designs on May 23. The colorful artwork which was handmade by Feggy Min featured on the clothing pieces quickly caught the attention of Monbebes, especially its fun and quirky pop art re-interpretation of MONSTA X and Steve Aoki.

Photo from MONSTA X’s Official Twitter Account

The clothing pieces from the Play It Cool collection are available exclusively on Dim Mak’s official website. It is currently open for pre-orders and is scheduled to be shipped out on May 27.

READ: MONSTA X Plays It Cool With A Sizzling Music Video With Steve Aoki

Meanwhile, the two artists teamed up to give both of their avid listeners the English version of “Play It Cool” last March 28. The powerful collaboration earned a lot of love from music lovers as expected. Especially as its Korean version garnered attention after being earlier included in the boy group’s latest album Take.2: We Are Here.