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News May 28, 2024

Carla Wehbe Lassos Fashion Label Space Cowboy

Carla Wehbe Lassos Fashion Label Space Cowboy

Carla Wehbe is branching out into fashion.

The Sydney singer and songwriter launches Space Cowboy, a gender-neutral label with a touch of inspiration from Toy Story.

First off the racks is “The Big Bang” capsule featuring seven exclusive pieces, from trucker caps, tee shirts, football shorts and more, with prices starting from $34.95. You’ll need to move fast; the goods are available to order for a week only.

“Space Cowboy pieces take inspiration from the eras before us, but with their own flair” Wehbe says in a statement. “The idea for Space Cowboy came about in 2017 because I found myself almost liking so many clothes, but there was always something I wished was a little different whether it was the fit, colours or smaller details.”

The inspiration for Space Cowboy can be narrowed down to two things. Wehbe’s love for seeing concepts that shouldn’t make sense together, two worlds colliding that somehow work. And yes, the animated Pixar classic Toy Story, featuring the Woody and Buzz “space cowboy” duo.

“I came up with the idea to start my own brand in the summer of 2017,” she writes on her socials, “and 7 years later I finally did it.”

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All goods are designed by Carla in Sydney, printed and produced by a small independent factory in Los Angeles, California, and use environmentally conscious materials, with the artist taking a pre-order only production approach to eliminat wastage or deadstock.

Space Cowboy products are said to be 100% plastic-free in their delivery to customers, they’re packed in cardboard-only boxes at the factory, and branded mail-outs are made with 100% recycled materials.

“Carla has stated that every exclusive drop will only be available for a limited time to order,” reads a statement, “meaning that once the drop closes the pieces won’t be available again.”

Space Cowboy isn’t Wehbe’s first release this year.

Just last month, the rising star dropped “‘Sideshow” (via Warner Music Australia), arriving off the back of live shows in support of G-Flip and Peach PRC.

Career streams total upwards of 12 million, and include her sophomore EP from 2023 “Jupiter And Mars,” which captured praise from triple j, NME, Rolling Stone, and landed Carla on Live Nation’s “Ones To Watch” list.

In 2021, Wehbe collaborated with Illy on the track “No Feelings,” which appeared on the rapper’s ARIA No. 1 album “The Space Between;” contributed writing to Vera Blue’s “Temper”; and signing a recording deal with Warner Music Australia, the first fruits of which was the single “hurts to love you.” The following year, in 2022, she inked a global music publishing deal with BMG


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