Iggy Pop has teamed up with the Sailor Jerry Clothing line to create his 'The Flash Collection by Iggy Pop'.
Iggy Pop has teamed up with Sailor Jerry to create his own clothing line.
The 'Passenger' hitmaker has designed a range of three exclusive items entitled 'The Flash Collection by Iggy Pop' - including a version of the singer's iconic demin vest - for the spiced rum brand which will be released in October.
It is the second time Sailor Jerry have launched a Flash Collection - an annual collaboration between the label and a like-minded artist - after The Clash's Paul Sinomon designed a limited edition leather jacket for the clothing line in 2013.
Iggy said: ''When I was asked to be involved with the latest Flash Collection, I was intrigued right away. I fell in love with the pin-ups.
''Sailor Jerry's pin-ups are the best. Bringing his stuff to life for a collection of limited edition clothes was something I totally wanted to be a part of ''.
Sailor Jerry's Global Brand Director, Enda O'Sullivan, added: ''Having Iggy Pop on board for this year's Flash Collection is a huge deal for us.
''Iggy is not only a talented musician, but also a respected style icon whose rebellious approach to life is exactly what Sailor Jerry stands for.
''Having seen initial designs, we are really excited about Iggy's vision and can't wait to unveil the collection in Miami this October''.
Further details regarding the two other garments will also be released in early October with the collection going on sale in a handful of selected stores around the world and on www.sailorjerryclothing.com shortly afterwards.
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