After much speculation, it’s confirmed that old flame ksubi are returning to the Australian market, and much sooner than we thought.

Reports had left us feeling uncertain as to whether the label would ever return, but news has since dropped that ksubi is most definitely coming back, with the expected launch date no later than this Friday.

In two sleeps, the aptly named Out of the Darkness range will drop, with a very ksubi series of iconic denim, crops and tees landing exclusively across General Pants stores. Despite changes in ksubi’s DNA, the collection stays true to its roots with a raw, denim-heavy range aimed at the label's forever-loyal cult following.

The campaign snaps feature a smokin’ hot Helena Vestergaard (Anthony Kiedis’ girlfriend), as framed by Georges Antoni, ft. some seriously toned abs and a little sideboob. Together they have us drooling at the upcoming range.

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