Anti Social Social Club and OPPO Indonesia Come Together To Say "Call Me Back"

For its latest collaboration, Anti Social Social Club has teamed up with OPPO Indonesia for a collection exclusive to Indonesia. Aside from putting its take on OPPO’s flagship lineup, the streetwear imprint has also put together an accompanying range of apparel and accessories.

Dubbed “CALL ME BACK,” the special collaboration is centered around the concept of “forgotten emotion.” The theme ties together the ethos of ASSC with OPPO’s aim to highlight feelings that cannot be expressed or even forgotten over the last few years as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The Anti Social Social Club x OPPO Indonesia “CALL ME BACK” collection is comprised of two sets emblazoned with an array of bold graphics. Graphics featured blend ASSC’s signature logo with a repeating motif that “CALL ME BACK” motif. The leading bundle is comprised of the OPPO Reno6 5G smartphone, a hoodie, and sticker pack, while the second bundle consists of the OPPO Enco X headphones, T-shirt, and sticker pack.

Check out the collaborative range above and pre-order the Anti Social Social Club x OPPO Indonesia “CALL ME BACK” collection exclusively via OPPO Gallery Plaza Indonesia’s WhatsApp. Check out a quote about the collaboration from Michael Faso of Anti Social Social Club below.

“Anti Social Social Club was originally created thanks to smartphones. Photos, music, feelings and connections can all be discovered via a smartphone when no one else is in ‘real life.’ The desire to communicate can be fulfilled through this device.

But sometimes when messages are not replied to and no one likes the photos, we feel even more lonely even when we have a smartphone in hand. So the sentiment of ‘CALL ME BACK’ is the voice of the void that can be said to be part of ASSC’s DNA. Finding an inner circle in a band of outsiders. The aurora theme itself emphasizes the idea that physicality is completely irrelevant in this digital world.”

In case you missed it, basketball meets jiu-jitsu for NBA and Albino & Preto’s collaborative collection.
Source: Read Full Article