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Brand ‘GullyLiveFast’ to introduce themed street wear collection

GullyLiveFast, the street wear brand co-owned by Indian cricketer, KL Rahul, Zeko Online and Cornerstone Sport, has collaborated with two IPL franchises - Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Capitals - to introduce themed street wear collection, including limited edition jackets. The five piece capsule collection will consist of Gully’s signature Gullybomber jackets, coordinated slim fit joggers, muscle-tees, shorts, and bandanas, made in Gully’s statement camo print with colours inspired from the respective teams.

The brand will offer fans of the respective IPL teams a wide range of fashionable street wear collection which they can wear and flaunt during the season. Symbolising street culture and drawing influence from the gully, the collection is ideal for flaunting the perfect airport look.

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