Topshop and Topman have released a new range of officially licensed Blondie merchandise that’ll take you right back to the ’70s!
The brand’s new collection features a total of 10 pieces that honour Debbie Harry and co. with iconic images from their early years, all of which are available exclusively via Topshop and Topman at ASOS.
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Featuring seven designs, including hoodies, sweatshirts and tees, the Topshop range is largely monochromatic with black and white promotional and live imagery from 1977 and 1978.
Two Oversized Sweaters in black and white (featuring Debbie Harry or the band) double up for wearing out and lounging at home, plus there’s also a Photographic Long Sleeve Top In Green (one of the most eye-catching items on offer), along with a Shrunken Tee In Charcoal featuring close-up of the singer with the band’s name and an alternative Oversized Tee with a print across the back.
For those looking for a splash of colour, the Live In NYC Oversized Tee (top left) juxtaposes a black and white image of the band’s iconic frontwoman with striking red text, while the Oversized Hoodie In Dusty Pink is perfect as we head into the cooler months.
Meanwhile, Topman offers a more limited range of options, with three pieces in total displaying two different designs. That same close-up print of Harry and the band name features on the Oversized Fit T-Shirt and Oversized Sweatshirt, while a different image advertising the band’s February 3, 1977 Whiskey A Go Go gig also appears on a grey Oversized Sweatshirt (top right).
Topshop and Topman’s licensed collections
Across the site, Topshop and Topman currently have a wide range of pieces in an officially-licensed throwback collection celebrating classic acts from the 1970s.
Among them, there’s a selection of David Bowie pieces, alongside items for Genesis, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. For fans of Nirvana, there’s also a range paying tribute to the late-’80s / early-’90s grunge act.
Head over to the ASOS website to check out the full Topshop and Topman range and keep an eye out for further additions to their licensed music range.