Kurt Cobain inspires Frances Bean-curated “Kurt Was Here” clothing line
Check out the "Kurt Was Here" collection below.
The apparel collection will include T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies, all designed using Kurt's sketches, paintings and notes.
There are currently more than 50 limited-edition pieces in total, all of which are available in unisex style and sizing.
Live Nation states the designs were taken directly from Kurt's original artwork without being edited or resized on the clothing.
"Kurt Was Here" is in partnership with The End of Music, LLC and Live Nation Merchandise.
You can shop the collection starting today at Barneys, Selfridges and online at KurtCobainShop.com.
You can check out a couple of the designs available at Barneys, below.
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[Photo via Barneys][/caption]Each item was “designed under the creative direction” of Frances Bean, who is the sole manager of her father's business entity.
More on Kurt Cobain
Earlier this month, staff at a record store in Seattle found something unusual in a collection from the ‘90s — a royalty check issued to Kurt Cobain.
The check, which dates back to 1991, was found at Easy Street Records.
The store owner Matt Vaughan told NME that they found the check randomly included a collection of Nirvana tour itineraries. NME notes the check is probably worth $50 now due to inflation.
“We looked through them a little, but just put them in storage. Seemed like every band in Seattle had tour itinerary books … wasn’t uncommon to run across one.” he said.
Easy Street Records also took to Instagram to share a photo of the once-in-a-lifetime find.
“Royalty check found at Easy Street today. #kurtcobain@nirvana This is dated 03/06/91, 6 months before #nevermind would change the face of the planet. We’re guessing the next royalty checks were a bit larger than only…. $26.57,” the caption read. You can see it below.
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