The graphic collection features a photomontage McCoy made in 2015 of a young Shane MacGowan of British punk band The Pogues, superimposed with an image of musical collaborator Kirsty MacColl. The graphic print is offered on three options of a white short-sleeve T-shirt, a black short-sleeve T-shirt and an olive green hoodie.
The new Blondey “Fairytale” tees and hoodie will release on December 10 at 11:00 a.m. GMT at blondey.com.
For more new releases, Gucci dropped a handful of graphic knit sweaters just in time for the Holidays.
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‘Fairytale’ tee shirts and hood: Three new items derived from a photomontage I made in 2015 of a young Shane MacGowan (born on Christmas Day) and his rightful partner in song, the late, great Kirsty MacColl. I was lucky enough to see the Pogues final gig in Hyde Park in 2013 and their annual Christmas show both years prior. The high point of both shows was the ritual of Shane singing “I could have been someone” and the crowd singing Kirsty’s line back to him: “Well so could anyone!”. #FairytaleOfNewYork #SohoSquare #RIP ?❤️?