JNCO Makes a Comeback in ROSE in GOOD FAITH’s Latest Capsule Collection

As fashion continues to wink at early 2000s sartorial tropes, Los Angeles-based label ROSE IN GOOD FAITH releases a capsule line in collaboration with one of the era’s most iconic imprints, JNCO. Donned by a slew of hip-hop, skater, hardcore and raver subcultural tribes, the collection reworks JNCO’s high-octane spirit and recognizable touchstones under a contemporary streetwear lens.

Shot on location at notable car customizer LTMW, in El Monte, California, the capsule’s lookbook flaunts the six-piece line across a series of tricked-out whips. Included in the range are a pair of wide-leg python print trousers, reversible terry cloth cut-off shirt, chain-embellished distressed denim vest, flame logo mesh top, flame-embroidered neoprene composite trousers and gradient-colored cropped hoodie.

The collection will be sold exclusively online through a “virtual pop-up” that’ll be open for just five days starting August 16.