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The Who Inspire 60s Mod Clothing Range

The Who Inspire 60s Mod Clothing Range

Formerly hellraising rockers [b]The Who[/b] are to have their own range of clothing launched by British fashion brand Lambretta this Autumn.

The [b]07 Collection[/b] will feature lovingly recreated items items based on the band's 60s Mod look, including the original US Army fishtail parka that appeared on the front cover of The Who's legendary [b]Quadrophenia[/b] LP.

Other recreations include [b]Pete Townshend[/b]'s Union Jack blazer, [b]Keith Moon[/b]'s fine gauge knitwear and the band's collection of matching ties.

The Mod-inspired collection will also include jackets, jeans and a range of t-shirts with original 60s Who graphics.

The Who will also be signing their original parkas for charity auction at a later date.

For stockist information check the Lambretta website here: www.lambrettaclothing.co.uk or phone 020 8799 7900.


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