King Ice Launches Streetwear Collection for Spring 2014

Ruler Ice, an online hip jump adornments retailer, acquainted new brands with its clothing accumulation for spring 2014. Regularly known for gems and adornments, Ruler Ice presented two streetwear brands for its new clothing classifications. As of not long ago, the organization’s attire classifications comprised of a constrained measure of realistic tees and snapback tops. For its spring accumulation, Lord Ice presented Rocksmith clothing and BLKSOX extravagance socks.

Rocksmith has practical experience in shirts, outerwear, denim, caps, sews, and embellishments. Rocksmith is known for combining Japanese plan and New York style streetwear. The brand has turned out to be mainstream with hip bounce specialists, for example, Wu Tang, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z, and Lil Wayne among others. The underlying Rocksmith gathering for Ruler Ice highlights tees, tank tops, and caps in constrained amounts.

Incorporated into the 2014 spring accumulation is the extravagance sock mark BLK SOX. BLK SOX makes hand crafted extravagance socks with energetic, exceptionally point by point outlines. The primary BLK SOX items to hit Ruler Ice incorporate the Pharaoh, Dusk, Brilliant Door, Vegas, and Oreos among others. For Ruler Ice, these two brands is quite recently the begin of their attire extension.

“In the following couple of months we’ll be getting Hoodlums & Mansions, Wu Tang, Two Edge, and Fly Society,” said Tom of Ruler Ice. “Our objective is furnish our clients with all that they require under one area. Our clients will soon have the capacity to get the most blazing clothing brands and the most broken down frosted out adornments from one site.”

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About Lord Ice

Lord Ice is a pioneer in hip jump gems and adornments. Their accumulations incorporate hip jump chains, pendants, arm ornaments, watches, studs, and a great deal more. The organization has worked with Snoop Lion, Mike Tyson, The Diversion, Bone Hooligans N-Agreement, and ESPN Magazine, among others.

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