Porter Robinson has had different brands and investigated a ton of domains of music including his Virtual Self-brand. Presently in collaborations with Japanese high-end designer Chloma, he is releasing a fashion name called “Human-ERROR:Lament”.

“Chloma was a huge influence on Virtual Self when I was first developing the project in late 2016,” Robinson wrote in a tweet talking about the project’s importance to him. “In 2018, when I met the brand’s founder, Junya, he told me that Virtual Self had influenced his latest collection too!”

The brand will be a little high end with costs fluctuating from $150-$550. Among them are anoraks, parkas, high-necked tee-shirts and skirts.

He’s likewise dropping an artbook titled Virutal Self: UTOPIA Archive.

Robinson stays one of EDM’s preferred success stories. After Skrillex found him he became outstanding for the electro house sound on his 2011 EP Spitfire before taking his sound in a more assorted and grown-up direction for his 2014 album, Worlds. By 2017, he had changed gears again with the launch of his Virtual Self project.

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