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Quavo Takes the Tie-Dye Trend to Its Ultimate Conclusion

Quavo Takes the Tie-Dye Trend to Its Ultimate Conclusion

Maybe it’s because Dead and Company are in the thick of their summer tour, or maybe it’s because of the swirling prints that dominated the streets during Fashion Month last fall. Whatever the reason, tie-dye is undeniably having a moment right now. It seems you can’t even move without running into someone decked out in the trippy pattern—at least not in New York—whether it be socks that they pigmented themselves or something more unexpected, like the sheer, lightly-dyed dresses Collina Strada sent down the Fall 2019 runway.

Quavo’s version of tie-dye, however, is a markedly more intricate. In Morocco for the Mawazine music festival in capital city Rabat, where Migos is performing, the Atlanta rapper took some time out of his busy schedule yesterday to strike a pose in a deep purple and aquamarine marbled shirt with a pair of especially ruched salmon-colored pants. Leave it to Quavo to accelerate the tie-dye look by taking it into even more experimental territory. At this rate, marbling will be the next big print trend to debut on the Fall runways. Ever the trendsetter, Quavo did it first, of course.