Top Gun Signs Licensing Deal with 2Brothers

Jackets will mark the 100 years of the Top Gun lifestyle.

License Global

June 13, 2022

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A Top Gun jacket distributed by 2Brothers.
A Top Gun jacket distributed by 2Brothers.2Brothers

2Brothers, an Italian production and distribution company for clothing led by Vincenzo Totaro and Serena Fiume, has signed a licensing agreement with Top Gun, the American brand known for its jackets and clothing inspired by the American aviation heritage for men’s and kids’ collections. 

The agreement was announced to coincide with the release of the “Top Gun: Maverick” film and will see a line of men's and kids’ jackets coming later this year inspired by how the authentic pilots wear them, available by this fall/winter. The leather jackets will be made available in vintage brown leather and black tones. Patches will adorn the sleeves, chest and shoulders to capture the essence of the Top Gun aviator style. 

The design and manufacturing of the garments are based on the use of the same materials that pilots wear during their training: fabrics suitable for extreme uses and genuine leather, with a focus on usability and durability. 

A more expansive collection will hit shelves in spring/summer 2023, which will include denim, knitwear, T-shirts, trousers and sweatshirts in a wider color palette. 

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