Drake supports Lebanon with his fashion line

Canadian rapper Drake is launching a line of hoodies and T-shirts via his OVO fashion label in support of Lebanon.

The clothing items are set to launch exclusively online on Wednesday. All proceeds will be donated to the Lebanese Red Cross, in aid of the victims of the Beirut port explosion, which ripped through Lebanon’s capital on Aug. 4. 

The new hoodies come in black and red colorways, while the T-shirts are available in white and black. All pieces bear OVO’s distinctive owl label, with the Lebanese flag embedded into the owl’s wing.

Ovo is co-owned by Drake, his manager Oliver El-Khatib and his producer  Noah “40” Shebib. Both El-Khatib and Shebib are Lebanese-Canadian.