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Eastpak rocks out with new KISS collaboration

Backpack brand, Eastpak has unleashed a new collaboration with iconic rock band, KISS.

Launching this week, the new range includes four Eastpak styles, designed in the same era and now transformed with make-overs referencing the face paint and pyrotechnic antics of the band.

The Padded Pak’R comprises six colourways in all – four are adorned with silkscreen prints reminiscent of each band member’s instantly recognisable make-up against a backdrop of KISS black, white, red and grey. There is also a firey version of the KISS logo, plus a rock-inspired all-over black and white print entitled KISS Grunge.

Meanwhile, the Delegate+ plus-sized shoulder bag features the KISS brand colourway and the band’s monochrome aesthetic. The Bane bum bag and the Perce More duffel have also been give KISS-inspired make-overs to complete the collaboration.

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