I’ve been reading a lot about Lyric jeans lately. The problem is, although there are a lot of people writing about them, there doesn’t seem to be much to say.
This is what I know so far. Lyric Jeans is collaboration between music and fashion. It’s meant to be a lifestyle brand that brings together our love of music and our desire to express ourselves (in other people’s words, though).
Try as I might, I haven’t been able to find any examples of jeans that Lyric jeans has actually produced. They have a small range of T-shirts and belt buckles available to the public that are based on some late 60’s and early 70’s rock songs. It doesn’t seem like the music is inspiring the design of the clothes, they are just using the lyrics as a print to decorate the stuff.
The extended line is currently offered only in a Lyric jeans celebrity lounge. Where celebrities can go and pick out items that they’d like to wear (still no examples of jeans to be found).
The current collection, Revolution, features the lyrics to "Revolution" (of course), "Born to be Wild", and "Rebel, Rebel".
Planned future collections are based on the categories of Latin, Disco, Country, and the 80’s. I would kind of hope to see some disco bell bottoms or a flash dance sweatshirt, just for old time’s sake.
I may just have to settle for a Karma Chameleon print tee..
**Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon
you come and go...**
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