Adding to the roster of celebs co-signing the brand, Erk Da Jerk also endorses the new InstantGrams Hoodie which is expected to sell for $70 on Karmaloop.com and at your neighborhood Shiekh Shoes. The moniker Chemical Baby Clothing was inspired by Cellski’s childhood growing up in the crime-ridden Lakeview district of San Francisco where drugs were rampant around pregnant women, thus producing a “chemical baby.” The self-proclaimed sneaker head says the line appeals to a Hip-Hop, skater audience, ultimately representing the streets.
Riding a wave of presumed overnight success, Cellski plans to keep it hot with brand new designs he’ll unveil in spring 2013 including a limited edition letterman jacket and a slew of accessories such as custom New Era hats, beanies, socks, lighters, and key chains. Shop Chemical Baby Clothing online at www.cbcbrand.com , Karmaloop.com, and in Shiekh stores nationwide.
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