Mic Righteous & the Man Made Hell Hoody

Mic righteous Ben Westwood Worlds End shop

On the 12th of May, this year I was asked to come to a recording studio nearby in Battersea to shoot some video of a collaboration Vivienne was doing with lyricist & rap artist Mic Righteous.  I had never met Mic before or heard his music but the vibe at the studio was very friendly & easy.
It didn’t take long for everything to be ready & Vivienne performed her rap in one take. 15 minutes later we were all outside again (the video clip was remastered for use at the opening of Mic’s track ‘Be There’ on his debut album Dreamland which was released on the 28th October. See it below).
This was the beginning of a small collaboration between Mic & myself. During July, I took some promotional photos of him around & about London’s political landmarks wearing Westwood & then on the 20th September I had the pleasure of dressing Mic in my own range for his live performance at the Climate Revolution presents IOU event at Soho’s The Box. Which is the point of this post.
Mic was wearing one of my new ‘Man Made Hell’ hoodies with matching camo trousers.
The hoody which is available now in Worlds End shop is covered in camouflage stars & sports one of my new Otto Dix embroidered patches (see earlier Dix scarf post).
The hoody has ‘Man Made Hell’ in raised ink printed on the back & comes in four colours, black, blue, burgundy & grey. The stars being cut out of the different designs in camouflage that I use in my range, each hoody is unique.
The original hoody is 100% organic cotton & is from the Earth Positive label which dictates that the garment has been made using only green energy from wind or solar.
My very best wishes go out to Mic & his Art & a big thank you to him for showing how stylish the hoody looks…

Mic righteous Ben Westwood Worlds End shop

Mic righteous Ben Westwood Worlds End shop 

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