Rip N Dip Announces New Partnership with Walter Mercado

Walter Mercado clothing line launched from Rip N Dip.

License Global

June 14, 2024

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Walter Mercado clothing line logo by Rip N Dip.
Walter Mercado clothing line logo by Rip N Dip.Rip N Dip

Walter Mercado Holdings and Rip N Dip have announced their partnership, uncovering a new clothing line, available in Q3 2024. 

“We at Rip N Dip are very enthusiastic about this partnership,” says Ryan O’Connor, founder of Rip N Dip. “Walter Mercado embodies the spirit of nonconformism, which lines up with our brand’s values. It allows us to blend Walter’s iconic style and voice into spirited streetwear. We can’t wait to share this collection with the rest of the world.” 

The collection will offer a wide range of clothes and accessories, including T-shirts, hoodies, jackets, totes and other accessories. 

Walter Mercado’s enduring legacy of embracing individuality is at the heart of this collection, which celebrates his message of positivism.  

“Walter Mercado and Rip N Dip have more in common than first meets the eye,” Ted 

Gekis and Miguel Benet, owners, Walter Mercado Holdings, said in a joint statement. “Both value alternative fashion sense and empower those who are different and unconventional.”  

Miguel Benet is Walter Mercado’s great-nephew and honors his memory and ideals by spreading Walter’s message. 

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