Rolling Stones Releases Branded Tour Collabs

A limited and exclusive drop with John Varvatos will be available only at the Bowery store in New York City.

License Global

May 23, 2024

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The Rolling Stones merch, Bravado
The Rolling Stones merchBravado

 Building on recent licensed programs with Paul Smith and FC Barcelona, which supported the release of the “Hackney Diamond” album, Bravado has announced exclusive collaborations and activations in support of The Rolling Stones’ current North American tour.  

A limited and exclusive drop with John Varvatos will be available only at the Bowery store in New York City, the iconic former home of CBGB. Additional support will come in the form of tour merchandise designed by KidSuper Studio, which first partnered with The Stones last year. Most recently, Crossfire Hurricane, the first product owned by The Rolling Stones, unveiled a special deluxe bottle gift set on May 1 that includes a limited-edition Hackney Diamonds bottle. Ticket holders will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase the gift set via QR codes during the concert. As The Rolling Stones close out their tour in California, they will be releasing limited edition collaborations with Los Angeles-based brands Brain Dead Studios and Supervinyl. 

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