Armin van Buuren's Armada Music has launched a new fashion line as the Amsterdam-based label continues to expand its horizons.
The imprint, which was also founded by Maykel Piron and David Lewis, has introduced a range of merchandise including t-shirts, a sweater, hoodie, baseball caps, snapback hat, and tote bag, with the collection looking to offer 'comfortable, high-quality clothing' for all ages and sexes.
The idea is presumably to reflect its increasingly diverse musical output, which recently stretched as far as a Christmas single, cunningly entitled 'Christmas Days', produced by the main man himself. The likes of Andrew Rayel, Fedde Le Grand, W&W, and Lost Frequencies have been spotted in the threads. And, of course, Armin van Buuren, who just unveiled his tracks of the year in a two-hour megamix and finished in the top five of DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs Poll for the 14th consecutive year in 2017. The full collection is available online, although we've included some samples below for you to peruse, along with a video showcasing the collection.
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