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A New Marquee by Orbis Taps in Kareem Soenharjo in An Exclusive “Intern” Drop

Well look who's the intern guy, Kareem. Now he got some swells to swing.
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A deck to deck collaboration by Orbis introduces a sentimental story over its mini drop collection tapping in Kareem Soenharjo. “KAREEM USED TO INTERN HERE”, yes he does, and this marquee is selected to be the master of some ingenious staples. 

To be known as B.A.P and Yosugi, Kareem Soenharjo is one of the slick-rick rappers we all enjoy these days. Altogether, this crafty drop features a line of original artworks by Kareem Soenharjo as well as the Orbis’ shred in it. In a range of 2 customized Orbis’ crewneck Mono Bears and 1 t-shirt, this drop packs up a goofy playground which is used to be played by Kareem. 

It says “E.S.P Girls Kill Unit”, still wondering what that means but to be sure this crewneck is neat. Let alone the sophisticated designs which feature double embroidery and premium cotton materials. Orbis and Kareem set the tone in an overall black highlighting two particular artworks by B.A.P. Plus, a t-shirt article is printed down with the main headline “KAREEM USED TO INTERN HERE”.

No wonder, these cagy installments are exclusively dropped at Orbis’ official store and webstore.

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