The Beatles x COMME des GARCONS 2012 Spring Rucksacks

Available starting February 17, the latest offerings from COMME des GARCONS come in the form of a

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Available starting February 17, the latest offerings from COMME des GARCONS come in the form of a collaborative effort with legendary rock ‘n’ roll band, The Beatles. Rucksacks boasting tartan prints or all black, both with iconic green apple and Beatles logos will be available in two sizes. In addition, two new tartan shirts will be produced in either red or blue check and will cost $395 USD. All of these items will be sold exclusively at Dover Street Market and the COMME des GARCONS Paris and New York shops until they launch elsewhere in April 2012.

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