Boiler Room has teamed up with fast-rising DJ/producer Sherelle for an 11-piece clothing collection.

Simply titled “ICON”, the underground music scene-inspired collection from Boiler Room and Sherelle is truly one to rave about.

 

The 11-piece collection from leading DJ Sherelle is a homage to her own childhood and the musical influences that have shaped her. Items are printed with significant roads and locations, specifically from Sherelle’s early years in North London and venues where she made her breakout in 2019. A SHERELLE flight bomber was created in collaboration with designer Lawrence Abbott, while a 1993 collar style jumper is embroidered with the year in which Sherelle was born.

 

Sherelle has explained: “The collection is a tribute to the past, future and present art of rave. It embodies for me, the amazing amalgamation of my own journey within music and everything that I love dearly which includes Jungle and UK rave culture. I am blessed to be able to represent the genres that are so important to me. They stand for so much movement and joy and the pieces that have been created are all staples in raving culture. There are some pieces in the collection that are super personal to me that hark back to memories of touring. I’m super happy for people to be able to grab the collection especially if you are a fan of myself, Jungle and UK rave fashion.”

 

The Boiler Room x Sherelle collection will be launched with an exclusive party featuring Sherelle’s handpicked guests. Items are available to shop here.

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