Kings of Leon fans can now wear jeans just as skin-tight as the Followills themselves! But there’s one problem: you might have to take out a second mortgage on your home to afford ’em.
SPIN’s Band of the Year have created trendy new fashion line, KOL x S2A, via the Paris-based company Surface to Air. Their 12-piece collection just hit stores in Europe, and will arrive in the U.S. on Jan. 25.
Visit Vogue UK for a sneak peek — and prepare to open your wallet wide: a black bomber jacket runs about $1185; a t-shirt $114; skinny jeans $225; black leather ankle boots $578; flat-brimmed fedora $267; flannels shirts $180; a belt $200; and a bandana $104.
Style doesn’t come cheap, people!
The KOL x S2A collection will be available at fine men’s clothing stores, including Barneys New York and online retailer Gargyle.
Just days after the collection hits racks, the Kings will attend the 52nd annual Grammy Awards ceremony — and it’s safe to say they’ll arrive in style. The Followills are nominated for four awards: Best Rock Song, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
In other KOL news, drummer Nathan Followill — who married his longtime girlfriend, singer/songwriter Jessie Baylin, in November — said the boys are working on tracks for a new album, which sound like a mix of Radiohead, Thin Lizzy, and the Band. A remix album featuring Justin Timberlake, Pharrell, Mark Ronson, and more is also in the works.