Disturbia Clothing to Present Limited Edition Hammer Films Line
We recently reported on a collaboration between the people behind Creepy magazine and Stussy clothing to produce some cool digs. Now we've got word of another line of clothing, this time created by Disturbia featuring some classic Hammer Films as the subject matter. How can you go wrong with Disturbia Clothing producing Christoper Lee threads? It's magical!
The actual designs are under very tight wraps, but we did manage to track down the one image below. Also, we've been assured the other designs are badass. And we never doubt our friends from across the pond at Disturbia when they promise something is going to be B.A.
The actual clothing launch is February 17. If you're a Hammer or Disturbia fan and are interested in this mash-up, the best thing you can do is click yourself over to the Disturbia website and get yourself signed onto their mailing list to get the first looks at the Hammer clothing and have the first opportunity to purchase. You can also visit the Disturbia Clothing Facebook page and follow Disturbia Clothing on Twitter (@disturbiatees).
From the Press Release
Disturbia Clothing are extremely excited to reveal a nail-biting new collaboration with the masters of horror, Hammer Horror this February 17th. Disturbia have partnered with legendary production company Hammer to launch a series of limited edition t-shirts based on iconic Hammer classics such as The Mummy starring Sir Christopher Lee, and Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell with the phenomenal Peter Cushing.
“This is brand new territory for Disturbia Clothing,” says creative director and company founder Frank Major. “We wanted our first ever licensed collaboration to be iconic and British, and they don’t come much more iconic than Hammer.” Hammer was originally launched in 1934 and delivered a hugely successful run of films in the 1950s and 60s. With a recent resurgence in popularity and hit films such as Let Me In starring Chloë Moretz and the brand new The Woman in Black starring Daniel Radcliffe, Disturbia feel that the timing is perfect for a collaboration of this type and are excited about introducing a whole new generation of fans to the iconic horror brand.
Disturbia Clothing is now one of the UK’s leading alternative clothing labels, with around 150 stores supplying t-shirts and accessories to thousands of customers and fans worldwide. Inspired by the left of centre and usually focused on the darker side of popular culture, Disturbia Clothing has a timeless affinity with horror movies and alternative music and is already worn by artists such as Slash, Axl Rose, Mastodon and the Prodigy.
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