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Luxury fashion brand Balenciaga release Rammstein merch capsule

Rammstein have launched nine new items of merch as part of a capsule with (very expensive) luxury fashion brand Balenciaga.

Rammstein are always full of surprises, and that much is still abundantly true with their latest move: the German titans have teamed up with high-end fashion brand Balenciaga for a new merch capsule.

The band have famously sold their own dildos in the past, while late last year frontman Till Lindemann launched his Doctor Dick line of erotic merch. Now, though, their latest release is very much within the PG-rated category – however you’ll need quite a lot of money if you want to get your hands on any of it.

Read this: Rammstein: How Mutter took the world’s most perverse band to the extreme

This new Rammstein x Balenciaga line includes a £795 boxy’ hoodie, a £595 beltpack’, a £495 T‑shirt and even a £1,750 raincoat – the majority of which feature a 1998 portrait of the band by artist Gottfried Helnwein. And despite the merch drop not being live for long, it looks like some items are already starting to sell out…

According to Dazed, as well as the merch collaboration, Rammstein have also launched a new Balenciaga playlist for Apple Music, which you can check out here.

Posted on April 14th 2021, 4:32p.m.
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