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Here’s a photo recap of Asian Da Brat’s Sprayground backpack collection launch in Time Square

Inspired by Japanese culture, the triad of items—Yummy Money, The Brat, and Kyoto Kush Savage—are called ‘Kyoto Kush’.

Two nights ago, Asian Da Brat—formerly Asian Doll—came to Sprayground’s Times Square pop-up location to meet and greet fans for the release of her limited-edition backpack collection. Inspired by Japanese culture, the triad of itemsYummy Money, The Brat, and Kyoto Kush Savage—are called ‘Kyoto Kush’. Also, the company’s Creative Director David Ben-David teamed up with the Dallas, Texas-native rapper for an anime-inspired music video for a song of the same name. Following the meet and greet, they celebrated with an afterparty with an open bar (saké) and sushi. Here’s a look at our photo gallery from the launch night.

Photos: Frank Morales for GRUNGECAKE



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