Led Zeppelin and John Varvatos Unite for New Capsule Collection

A jacket from the Led Zeppelin X John Varvatos collection
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(Mark Seliger)

Looking for something a littler fancier than just another Led Zeppelin t-shirt? John Varvatos and the band have collaborated on exactly that. In honor of the group's debut album turning 50 this year, the fashion designer and rock legends revealed a new capsule collection of high-end items celebrating the spirit of Led Zeppelin.

"Having had the great pleasure to work with John personally on numerous collaborations in the past including my book, the Yardbirds, and the John Varvatos Spring 2013 ad campaign with Gary Clark Jr…I'm pleased that there is now a Led Zeppelin collection," Jimmy Page raved in a press statement. "I was really impressed with how everything came out."

LZ velvet jacket

"The Varvatos style is unique - - - he's out on his own," added Robert Plant. "Above and beyond the crowd below."

LZ tour jacket

True to form, the collection is much more than silk-screened t-shirt. Much of the line looks a lot like something you'd see Page or Plant wearing at a red carpet event. There's the snazzy Led Zeppelin Leather Coat ($2,698), the very Jimmy Page-ish Led Zeppelin Velvet Scarf ($268), and a matching Led Zeppelin Velvet jacket ($1,698). For the more traditional rockers, there are classic t-shirts ($118) and a very cool tour jacket, complete with the Swan Song logo on front and the band's name embroidered on the back. See the complete collection here.

LZ album tee

 

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