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AC Milan x The Rolling Stones Capsule Collection Launched

New collection celebrates 60 years of The Rolling Stones.

License Global

June 22, 2022

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Promotional image for the AC Milan x Rolling Stone capsule collection.
Promotional image for the AC Milan x Rolling Stone capsule collection.AC Milan

AC Milan has launched a special capsule collection in collaboration with The Rolling Stones. The collection, available in all AC Milan stores and on The Rolling Stones official online shop, consists of five pieces including two T-shirts, a hoodie, canvas bag and gym sack.  

Each piece bears the iconic "tongue" of The Rolling Stones, which, for this occasion, has been redesigned in red and black, merging the British band’s historic logo with the famous Rossoneri colors to create a one-time special logo. The shirts also feature the text, "Sympathy for the Devil," one of the band’s most famous songs, which references the Devil, a symbol of AC Milan. 

The special collaboration that was brought together by Bravado, Universal Music Group’s brand management division, fuses together the two worlds of football and music, which are united by the sheer passion of their fans and the emotional attachment that both can generate, most notably through matches and concerts. 

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