16/09/2015
And I love it.

Words by

Elle O'Donnell

The Weeknd has re-launched his webstore and first to drop is the latest from his official fan merchandise line, Beauty behind the madness. Named after his third full-length album, the collection can now be purchased online and includes graphic tees, beanies, new era caps, raglan crewneck sweaters, sweatpants and hoodies.

Styles favour a unisex look and black and white rule over the entire range, with hints of yellow and grey. More from The Weeknd’s Official Issue XO line is also in the works so keep your eyes peeled for its return people.

Shop The Weeknd's latest collection here.

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