Marshmello partners with Zumiez to launch new clothing line, Marshin

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GQ named Marshmello one of 2017’s “Worst Dressed” men, but 2018 sees the puffed producer well on his way to a saccharine style comeback via the reveal of Marshin. The “Alone” hit maker’s new men’s clothing line, Marshin will be exclusively sold at Zumiez stores. The partnership is a complementary one given Marshin’s streetwear aesthetic.

Marshin is available now, exclusively at @zumiez

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The Marshin brand is now available at Zumiez retailers, consisting of six different options: a hoodie, long sleeve T-shirt, and four T-shirts, each with a unique design. The full line can be viewed here.

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Diplo and Mark Ronson to debut disco oriented ‘Silk City’ project at Governor’s Ball Music Festival

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The fabric of Diplo’s next endeavor is that of a ‘silken’ kind.

That Diplo’s to go disco is hardly a secret — the electronic veteran disclosed in a GQ interview earlier in the year that he and youth pal, Mark Ronson were engaged on a collaborative disco flavored effort. “…me and Mark are doing a collab album,” Diplo stated, “You know the album I did with Skrillex, Jack Ü? Me and Mark are trying to do something with disco music.”

Well move over, Jack Ü; the Diplo and Ronson pairing is poised to sparkle with the fervor of a disco ball come June. The new duo is set to debut their “Silk City” project at the eighth edition of New York’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival. While further information regarding Diplo and Ronson’s groovy revival of the ‘70s sound currently remains scant, the event booking signals that the two have got something special hidden up their bell sleeves, something that just might inspire the Randall’s Island Park assembled crowds to do the Hustle.


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GQ got it wrong: 10 looks that prove Marshmello is EDM’s fashion trailblazer

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GQ got it wrong: 10 looks that prove Marshmello is EDM’s fashion trailblazer

GQ might have just dubbed Marshmello as the 8th ‘Worst Dressed Man of 2017,’ but we here at Dancing Astronaut beg to differ. In fact, one might argue that Marshmello is a veritable pioneer of sorts when it comes to selecting creative and coordinated outfits.

We’ve assembled a tidy collection of ten top-notch ‘Mello looks taken from across his social media pages that show off his true fashionista side.


Words by: Grace Fleisher, David Klemow, Mike Cooper, & Christina Hernandez


Can we get an Encore?

Marshmello’s almost prom-esque tuxedo that he chose for his XS campaign begs for an “Encore” of the suit’s snappy appearance.


Patent Pending

As if it wasn’t clear enough that Marshmello is a master of serving up smooth looks…this head-to-toe patent fit will surely do the trick.


Canadian Tuxedo? No, Marshmello Tuxedo

Speaking of coordination, this cleverly-constructed white denim affair does a great job of embodying the Marshmello persona and becoming a more mod version of the “Canadian Tux” at the same time.




The masked future bass marauder makes quite the good Power Ranger, with an enhanced helmet to boot!


Hanging with fans

Marshmello, pictured left, spotted hanging out with cosplaying fans at a recent gig. The man knows how to create a cult following, that’s for sure.



Marshmello on the dark side

Vampire, or fluffy, sweet EDM purveyor? It’s hard to tell with this ghoulish getup.


Marshmello Vice

Fairest of them all, the bucketheaded producer recently caught some wind in Miami wearing stylish poolside-primed long johns like an absolute idiot.



Marshmello goes red

Marshmello trying on a slightly off brand jelly bean look. Only the most forward-thinking fashion connoisseurs can pull off a candy-infused outfit, so this enigma is the perfect one to do so.



He is the golden one

Marshmello is definitely not appropriating East Asian culture in this choice gold number.



Edgy ‘Mello

Marshmello shows off his edgy (and ripped) side with this lit jacket, also in white per his signature aesthetic.