Royalty by Maluma is the retailer's first celebrity collection from a Latin male.
Maluma, the Colombian singer and actor, has an impressive catalog of music, with a wide array of songs that have charted within the top ten on Billboard Hot Latin Songs. He's collaborated with huge names like Shakira and Madonna, just to name a few. Now, the star is taking his talents to the fashion industry with his debut fashion collection Royalty by Maluma.
Partnering with New York-based design house and manufacturer Reunited Clothing, Maluma is dropping Royalty by Maluma exclusively at Macy's. The collection is the musician's way of displaying his admiration, love, and interest in the artistic expression of high fashion. He's also working on making the high fashion world more accessible—keeping his collections well-priced, allowing for anyone who wants to step into his world.
Royalty by Maluma reflects the singer's own personal style and flair as well, with embossed fabrics, t-shirt silhouettes he hand-cut, and signature crown finishings.
Despite music being the forefront of his career, Maluma has always kept his finger on the pulse of the fashion world. Back in 2021, he did a collaboration with Balmain to create a Miami-inspired capsule collection filled with retro hues and graphic designs.
He told L'OFFICIEL that he has always been inspired by fashion, even before he pursued music, saying, "it’s something that [he has] in [his] DNA. It’s not something that was difficult for [him]. [he] was born with it."
Royalty by Maluma launches on March 24 at Macy's
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