Landon Barker follows in his father’s tattooed footsteps.
Travis Barker’s 18-year-old son, Landon, has released a fashion line, but says he still struggles to keep up with his sweet old dad thanks to Kourtney Kardashian’s influence.
On Tuesday, the “Die in California” contributor celebrated the launch of his boohooMAN collection surrounded by family, including his father and sisters Alabama Barker and Atiana de la Hoya.
During the Hollywood launch, the TikTok star told People how his dad’s pop punk style has influenced him since he was a baby, when “he always put me in cool old rock band shirts.”
Before Travis married Kourtney Kardashian, Landon was the primary fashion stylist in his household. “I put my dad into fashion more than he did me, because when I was younger my dad wore only black Dickies and a punk rock t-shirt for years,” explains the aspiring musician.
Now Landon says his father’s new lead actress forced him to take his rockstar style to the next level. “When he started being with his wife, he started ramping up his fashion a little bit so he could get to her level.”
Landon revealed that I was “even more fashionable than my dad for the longest time,” until “he ramped it up a lot,” admitting, “Now he can undress me.”
When Travis, 46, walked the red carpet at the Met Gala alongside Kourtney in April, he opened up about straying from his uniform, which he described as “no shirt, slacks and some Converse or some Doc Martens.”
And their Italian wedding was fully supported by Dolce & Gabbana, with everyone in the now blended Barker-Kardashian family wearing new and vintage clothing from the brand.
Landon describes his androgynous boohooMAN collection as “rockstar-esque, grungy, punk rock style” and noted in the press release, “I feel like when someone wears one of these pieces, it’s like they got it straight from my closet. picked.”
Gen Z’s clothing collection includes leather jackets, sheer pink shirts, oversized hoodies, distressed t-shirts, motorcycle jackets and more. A favorite is a vegan leather jacket with a skull based on a necklace he made “four or five years ago.” The aesthetic is fitting, as his dad launched a skull-themed jewelry and home decor line in February.
It seems that Travis and Landon have no problem keeping up with the Kardashians in terms of style.