Drake works with Chrome Hearts line amid Vogue lawsuit


Drake’s latest potential collaboration isn’t with a fellow musician, but with a luxury goods brand.

After being sued by Vogue this week, the Canadian rapper traveled to New York to discuss a collaboration with Chrome Hearts – a line of jewelry, accessories, shoes, fragrances and homewares – we are told.

A spy spotted the “Hotline Bling” rapper’s reunion with Richard Stark, who created Chrome Hearts with his wife Laurie Lynn, in New York’s West Village on Tuesday.

They met at the quaint Entwine cocktail bar “to stay under the radar while cutting it on potential outlets,” an insider familiar with the situation tells us.

The Starks are riding high after being honored at the CFDA Awards earlier this week. They’ve also been dubbed “fashion’s most rebellious success story” by Vogue.

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Sources say Drake was meeting the brand’s creators in New York.
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Drake previously collaborated with the luxury brand on a custom Rolls-Royce in 2021. He has also been spotted wearing custom clothing like hoodies and basketball jerseys from the brand.

Another source tells us that Drake is “longtime good friends” with the Starks, so a new collaboration together “wouldn’t be unusual.” They are super close.

Vogue hit Drake and 21 Savage with a $4 million suit this week.

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Vogue hit Drake and 21 Savage with a $4 million suit this week.

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Condé Nast has hit Drake and rapper 21 Savage with a $4 million lawsuit after creating and publishing fake Vogue magazines – with the artists on the cover and images of editor Anna Wintour inside – to promote their new album “Her Loss”.

The fake magazines went viral and Vogue called in its lawyers. But a source told us, “Drake isn’t worried” about the lawsuit.

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