The Weeknd‘s seminal Kiss Land dropped on September 10 2013, cementing the singer as an established musical talent and showcasing his evolving style. To commemorate the album’s release, the singer dropped a selection of commemorative goods emblazoned with referential imagery.
The Kiss Land Red Panda Cat mascot shows up on hoodies, tees, caps and ashtrays, informing the red & yellow hues seen throughout the collection, complemented by plenty of Japanese Katakana spelling out the album name. Clothes boast impactful prints on the front, rear and sleeves, with the number “5” showing up in Japanese Kanji along with The Weeknd’s signature “XO” branding. Accessories include the aforementioned ashtrays, keychains, a facemask and a duo of special BE@RBRICK Red Panda Cat figures, with 100% and 400% sizes each sporting special packaging.
Shop the limited goods on The Weeknd’s site while they last.
Most recently, The Weeknd debuted a Quavo, Swae Lee & Trouble-starring “Try Me” remix.
— The Weeknd Merchandise (@theweekndmerch) September 10, 2018