The “Bootleg Grunge” T-shirt and sweatshirt are still in question.
The first collection to ever feature designs from the late frontman’s personal archive of work.
Dating back to March 6, 1991.
Released as a standalone collection for the first time in 26 years.
Part of the late grunge artist’s signature look.
Including recordings from 50 Cent, Cheech & Chong and a keynote speech from Martin Luther King Jr.
Including works by Nirvana, Janet Jackson and the late Tom Petty.
The brand is in hot water over its recent Grunge collection.
“When I look at someone like Billie Eilish, rock and roll is not close to dead.”
They performed for almost thirty minutes.