Daniel Kaluuya and Jide Osifeso on Why They Wanted to Create Nope Merch

In Jordan Peele’s Nope, there is an unspoken sartorial standoff between two cowboys. On one side is the archetypal cowboy: Steven Yeun’s Ricky “Jupe” Park, a child actor who spins his big role into a remote Western theme park called Jupiter’s Claim, where he ringleads in a crimson embroidered Nudie suit and wide-brimmed hat. On the other is the contemporary cowboy: Daniel Kaluuya’s Otis Haywood Jr. or OJ, a third-generation animal trainer who grew up on his family’s ranch, wearing, as many 21st-century ranchers do, hoodies and jeans. OJ’s work clothes offer a smoother toggle between the ranch and the real world—because, seen from a slightly different angle, they’re also streetwear. Read more at GQ