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Travis Scott Opens Collage with Mitchell & Ness & Cactus Jack

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Travis Scott has demonstrated his ability as a businessman once again, as seen by the announcement of a new partnership with his brand Cactus Jack, which will take him to college campuses around the nation.

The brand has launched a capsule clothing collection called Jack Goes Back to College, which will be available for purchase beginning of Thursday (April 4) in collaboration with Mitchell & Ness, Fanatics, and headwear shop Lids.

According to a statement from Fanatics, “The debut collection, designed and produced by Cactus Jack, features 28 different universities, including powerhouses like the University of Michigan, University of Georgia, University of Southern California, and the University of Texas.” “Unique, specially designed products are sent to each university, ensuring that students can represent their school in true Cactus Jack style.”

The university bookstores that are partners with Lids, as well as, carry the capsule collection. There will also be a college meet-and-greet tour in conjunction with the launch; you can view the advertisement for it below.

Fanatics and Travis Scott have a long-standing friendship.

He and Ice Spice were listed as some of the main attractions for the affluent Michael Rubin’s private Super Bowl celebration at the beginning of the year.


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The event’s schedule, which also includes performances by The Chainsmokers, A$AP Ferg, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Fabolous, Ludacris, Ne-Yo, and The Kid LAROI, has been revealed by The New York Post.

Rubin’s events are renowned for featuring exceptional A-list guests, and there’s a rumour that previous performers Cardi B, Post Malone, and Doja Cat might make an appearance.

Insiders said that the event, which took place on February 10 inside the Marquee at the Cosmopolitan during Super Bowl weekend, was the sexiest party of the year.

The 800-person private party is already seeing tens of thousands of applicants. “Hundreds of thousands of dollars are being offered for tickets,” an individual informed the site.