The Rolling Stones teams with Globe-Trotter for a capsule collection

Globe-Trotter and Rolling Stones capsule collection

Exhibitionism, first international exhibition on English rock band The Rolling Stones is currently taking place at Saatchi Gallery on London’s King’s Road. Over 550 rare and original Rolling Stones objects providing insight into the band’s fascinating fifty year history will be on display at exhibition which will run till 4 September, 2016. Rolling Stones have collaborated with many brands, artists and designers for the event. One such brand is British luggage brand Globe-Trotter which has teamed up with the rock n roll band to release a capsule collection of Rolling Stones luggage.

Globe-Trotter and Rolling Stones capsule collection

The collection features a nine-inch headphone case, 12-inch record case and a 21-inch trolley case. Crafted in black leather, each piece of the luggage collection comes with the Stones’ iconic logo in hot pink. Also, a branded luggage tag will accompany each piece which can also be purchased separately. Currently available at the Saatchi Gallery shop and Globe-Trotter’s London flagship, the collection will soon be offered at Globe-Trotter’s official website.

Rolling Stones and Master & Dynamic headphones

Master & Dynamic, New York City-based premium audio company is also honoring the band on this occasion by presenting a special-edition variant of its flagship over-ear MH40 headphones. These special edition headphones commissioned for the “Exhibitionism” are adorned with band’s iconic “Tongue and Lip Design” logo in Pink. They will be on display at Saatchi Gallery in London for the exhibition and will hit the market in few weeks time for a retail price of about $500 USD.

Rolling Stones and Master & Dynamic headphones

Via: Freshnessmag

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