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Rolling Stones’ RS No.9 Carnaby Launches ‘SIXTY’ Capsule Collection

The focus of the new pieces is the visually arresting, cyberdelic tongue and lips logo.

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Rolling Stones artwork - Courtesy: RS No.9 Carnaby
Rolling Stones artwork - Courtesy: RS No.9 Carnaby

The Rolling Stones’ RS No.9 Carnaby brand and its flagship London store have launched the new SIXTY capsule collection, named after the band’s current 60th anniversary tour.

The focus of the new pieces is the visually arresting, cyberdelic tongue and lips logo, a highly contemporary interpretation of the original design by John Pasche. The collection includes the SIXTY Tongue t-shirt, which is available in white, grey, black and a heavy grey vintage wash; the SIXTY Anniversary long sleeve; the SIXTY Anniversary Cyberdelic Hoodie; the RS No.9 SIXTY Tour Hoodie, printed on the back; and several collectible accessories including a mug, keychain and tote bag.

Rolling Stones artwork – Courtesy: RS No.9 Carnaby

The full collection is now available at the Rolling Stones’ global flagship store at 9 Carnaby Street, London and for worldwide shipping. Prices start at £30, and the clothing range is available in sizes from S to XXL.

The Stones played the second of their London shows at American Express presents BST Hyde Park on Sunday (3) to spectacular reaction from a live audience, estimated at 65,000, and media alike. In a set featuring several changes from their first show eight days previously, they opened with “Get Off Of My Cloud,” while there were first appearances in the SIXTY tour setlist for “Angie,” “Like A Rolling Stone,” and “You Got Me Rocking.” Keith Richards’ two-song feature spot included “You Got The Silver” and “Happy.”

The Independent’s Mark Beaumont enthused about their performance of “some of the greatest blues rock known to man,” in a five-star review subtitled “Still the world’s greatest dark-hearted party band.” Metro’s Mel Evans said Mick Jagger “was on vibrantly brilliant form alongside a band that, sixty years on, still don’t miss a beat.”

The tour, with its updated schedule, now moves on to Amsterdam on Thursday (7) for the rearranged show at the Johan Cruijff ArenA that was postponed when Jagger tested positive for Covid-19. Shows then follow in Brussels, Vienna, Lyon, Paris, Gelsenkirchen and Stockholm, before the itinerary ends in Berlin on August 3.

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