Urban Outfitters has released its Aaliyah x Off Safety collection in honor of what would have been the singer’s 41st birthday.

License Global

January 23, 2020

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Late singer Aaliyah has been immortalized with yet another licensing deal, this time with Off Saefty.

The Aaliyah x Off Safety apparel line features exclusive images of the late singer and is available for purchase on the Urban Outfitters website.

“Working closely with the family and estate of the late singer, actress and model Aaliyah, Off Safety created an apparel collection that features graphics and never-before-seen images,” the press release explains.

The Off Safety x Aaliyah collaboration includes a black long-sleeved shirt that shows Aaliyah in a camouflage bandana ($54,) and an “Angel Baby” t-shirt that comes in both lavender and white and features the singer sporting her signature black sunglasses ($44).

The Aaliyah brand has been making the rounds as a popular licensing property within the last few years, with Madame Tussauds Las Vegas unveiling a wax figure of the singer last August and MAC Cosmetics creating an Aaliyah-inspired makeup collection in 2018. The singer’s brother Rashad helped the makeup label create the collection.

The Aaliyah x Off Safety collection is now available at Urban Outfitters.

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