Queen frontman Freddie Mercury sported plenty of memorable looks during the band's career, but one of his most memorable is also, funnily enough, one of his simplest--a white tank top and a pair of Wrangler jeans, his outfit of choice to perform at Live Aid in 1985, a concert prominently showcased in the new Mercury biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody." And it's only fitting that Wrangler is now releasing a collection inspired by the film, helping some of us take our collection of band tees and other music-related clothing up a notch.
The limited-edition collection is being created in collaboration with music lifestyle brand Lyric Culture and will include light-wash jeans, T-shirts and jackets printed with Queen lyrics, including such recognizable lines as "We are the champions," "Don't stop me now," and "Crazy little thing called love," with brightly colored, vintage-style logos. Prices of pieces range from $39 to $159.
"Wrangler has a long history of celebrating music," VP/GM of Wrangler Modern Lifestyle Jenni Broyles recently said to Billboard. "Our brand has stood the test of time, and has been on the backs of music legends throughout the entirety of our seventy-three-year history."