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Peacemakers release ‘Timestretch’ bag collection

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

After releasing a snippet of their Comic Womb comic book, the Peacemakers, Kid Wasabi and Sonny Vision have once again exposed their limitless talents by giving the public another piece from their arsenal of creative exploits.

According to one half of the dynamic duo, Kid Wasabi, their ‘Timestretch’ bag collection is their second instalment of their fashion line. “This is the second installment of our 4 way “Timestretch” Bag collection. These pieces were conceptualized bearing in mind that our dress-code expresses our emotions or mood. The different color-ways all have a distinct feel towards expressing separate emotions,” he said.

Each color-way is available in 10 limited designs and he says that the bags will never be re-created, making it a one of a kind collectable. “Music is the idea and fashion is the manifestation. The bags give you a more tangible experience to the sounds we create as we express our raw ideas and create timeless quality,” The Peacemaker said.

The bags are designed by the Peacemakers themselves and they are currently available for order nationwide.


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