Kings Of Leon have launched a clothing line, entitled KOLxS2A. The collection, designed by French label Surface To Air, will be available to buy from online retailers such as Gargyle – but be warned, these threads don’t come cheap… Pic: PA Photos
This leather jacket? A snip at £739.
This T-shirt will set you back £71. To buy the full range would cost £2293. On the NME blog, Kings Of Leon fans have reacted angrily to what they regard as rip-off prices. One commenter, Debbie, said: “Who do they think they are, Kate Moss?”
This hat comes with a hefty price tag of £167. Commenter Sonny D joined the chorus of fans accusing the band of selling out: “For the real Kings Of Leon look you should just look for plaid shirts and old boots in a charity shop. “
The RRP for this piece of jewellery? £189. Perhaps the band will be modelling their new fashion range when they attend the Grammy Awards later this month – they’re up 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.
Checked shirt, £112. Aside from launching a fashion collection, the past few weeks have been quiet for Kings Of Leon. Drummer Nathan Followill took advantage of this rare stretch of downtime to marry his longtime girlfriend, singer/songwriter Jessie Baylin, in November 2009.
The Followills are currently working on tracks for a new album, which – according to drummer Nathan – sound like a mix of Radiohead, Thin Lizzy, and The Band.
Wire shirt, £112. Read our light-hearted guide to copying Kings Of Leon’s look on a budget here.
These leather boots? Yours for £361.
And this bandana? £65.
In other Kings Of Leon news, according to Rolling Stone magazine, an ‘Only By The Night’ remix album is in the offing, featuring such luminaries as Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams and Mark Ronson. Pic: Jo McCaughey