Maxfield Is Set to Host The "Guns N' Roses Was Here" Pop-Up Exhibit

Iconic Guns N’ Roses merch mixed in with collections from Off-White™ and Palm Angels.

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To help commemorate the 30th anniversary of their groundbreaking debut album, Appetite for Destruction, legendary rock band Guns N’ Roses have joined forces with Maxfield and Bravado to offer up an exclusive multi-brand retail experience titled “Guns N’ Roses Was Here.” Both retail specialists collectively sought out top design talent including AMIRI, Kelly Cole and MadeWorn to help devise a lineup rooted in the bands signature style.

In addition to the capsule range, a carefully curated selection of streetwear imprints such as, Off-White™, Palm Angels and Enfant Riches Déprimés will too supply their own designs for the pop-up exhibit. When asked to comment on the project, Off-White™’s creative director Virgil Abloh had this to say, “With my capsule collection, which was inspired by the band, my aim is for another generation to feel the impact they had on me, through the clothes.” Palm Angels very own Francesco Ragazzi had this to add, “loves music and being able to have my brand connected to something so iconic like Guns N’ Roses is a milestone for me and Palm Angels. It’s part of the culture.”

The “Guns N’ Roses Was Here” pop-up event will be held at Maxfield from August 11-18.

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