Huf Celebrates 25 Years of ‘Pulp Fiction’ with New Capsule
It’s hard to believe that Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 iconic and (arguably) career-defining film Pulp Fiction celebrated its 25th anniversary this year. Upon its release, the movie was lauded for its idiosyncratic style and homage to gangster films past with its innovative combination of violence and humor — basically Tarantino at his best. To honor its legacy and position in the cultural canon, HUF made a capsule collection of pieces inspired by the film’s most memorable scenes. The special-edition range from the LA-based skate brand includes jackets, woven tops, fleeces, T-shirts, and more that directly feature some of the famous characters’ faces as well as seminal dialogue. Mia Wallace (as made famous by Uma Thurman) is prominently featured on a range of graphic tees while the whole Ezekiel 25:17 bible verse (rewritten by Tarantino and made famous by Samuel L. Jackson) is printed on the back of a jacket.
The HUF x Pulp Fiction collection will be available in HUF stores and online on December 12.