Bravado has entered into a new series of partnerships on behalf of some of music’s biggest names.

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June 17, 2018

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The Sex Pistols has teamed with Korean fashion store Andersson Bell for a new apparel line that features classic band artwork on a variety of silhouettes. The Sex Pistols x Andersson Bell collection is available at select retailers.

Post-punk band Public Image Limited joined forces with retailer Goodhood to celebrate the start of their “Public Image is Rotten” tour with a seven-piece capsule collection that features t-shirts, accessories, prints and more. 

The Tupac Estate partnered with fashion label 424 to release Tupac by 424, a collection of t-shirts, hoodies, hats, a unique button down and limited edition leather pieces that celebrate rap icon Tupac Shakur. The line debuted at “The Drop,” a two-day event hosted by Barneys New York’s Beverly Hills location, which features more than 90 brands and 20 exclusive capsule collections.

Rock band The Killers hosted an exclusive wine pop-up experience in May at the River House by Bespoke Collection in Napa, Calif. The three-day event showcased a line of custom-labeled wines inspired by the group and limited-edition merchandise and apparel.

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