This Bomber is Going to Make You Want to Push It
Step aside, Salt N Pepa, bombers are back from the 90’s and the boys are coming to steal your style. Nothing screams “I’m a 90’s kid” like an ode to the trio’s iconic silk Versace jackets. What’s better, nothing screams “I’m a gay 90’s kid” like a bomber jacket so bright, you’ll outshine Cheryl, Sandra and Deidre by a mile. That was your dream growing up, wasn’t it?
Outerwear fav VRY WRM partnered with headline making graffiti artist RIME to help you do just that. The extremely limited edition numbered bomber jackets are printed with an original piece painted by RIME in Bay Shore, Long Island. (That’s right, that little town across the bay from Fire Island is so much more than you thought!) Featuring a knit collar, cuffs and waistband, the military inspired bomber has two front zipper pockets and their signature utility/pencil pocket on the sleeve. Oh yeah, and it’s reversible so when you’re not feeling like the shining star that you are, you can wear the solid black side. Who are we kidding – like that would ever happen.
The bomber retails for $295 on vrywrm.com/collaboration.
Wear it in the city, in the mountains, on that random winter weekend on Fire Island when you’re just trying to relive last summer one more time – wherever. Just prepare for your inner Sandra ‘Pepa’ Denton to come out, because we know she was your favorite.
Watch Rime Paint a Mural and Chat about the Bomb(er) Collaboration