DON’T FREAK OUT, A NEW DR. MARTENS COLLAB IS DROPPING

DON’T FREAK OUT, A NEW DR. MARTENS COLLAB IS DROPPING

by Robyn Pullen
2 min
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Twenty-two year old musician Deyaz is bringing his alternative music style to mainstream fashion, through a pending partnership with none other than Dr. Martens. Whilst typically a musician in his day to day life, multi-instrumentalist artist Deyaz is partnering up with Dr. Martens for the brand’s annually anticipated summer drop. 

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Dr. Martens has always followed the beat of the music industry, collaborating and working with various artists from popular culture to underground sub-genres throughout the sixty years since it was founded. Now, this summer, the brand is teaming up with emerging, London-based musician Deyaz for a two-part mini-doc porting the vibrant musical bloodline running through the iconic city of London and through Dr. Martens itself.

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Since the times when he used to roam the buzzing streets of Camden as a busker, Deyaz has always been at home in a pair of DMs, hence his natural pairing with the brand. The brand’s new campaign shows images of Deyaz dressed in Dr. Martens’ soon-to-be-released summer collection, aka the Carrara pack, a collection inspired by bold, festival styles and relaxed, summery aesthetics which features both the 1461 and Adrian silhouettes.

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Deyaz’s unconventional approach to music is something Dr. Martens’ vibes with in particular. As a brand led by free thinkers, creatives, and subcultures, Dr. Martens is always looking to the next generation of emerging artists for inspiration; this summer, Deyaz has taken centre-stage. Keep eye out for Dr. Martens’ pending summer drop as well as the two-part mini-docs set to be released soon.

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