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Nearly a year after its expanded reissue, Tom Petty’s 1994 album Wildflowers has inspired a new clothing line from iconic fashion label Rodarte. The new crop of tees and apparel launches on MatchesFashion starting today, September 28th.
Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy collaborated with Petty’s daughters Annakim Violette and Adria Petty on the new, limited-edition apparel, which celebrates the designers’ love for Petty’s masterpiece, one of Rolling Stone‘s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
“We are thrilled to be able to work with the Petty sisters on this project, and even more excited that our mother was also able to participate by creating the original flower artwork,” Kate Mulleavy said. “It was such a beautiful journey of creation and celebration.”
Part of the brand’s Radarte line, the new collection includes everything from screen-printed tees to casual, comfortable crewnecks and sweatpants that have “Tom Petty” and “Wildflowers & All the Rest” written on them.
“This collection has that Sixties feeling our dad loved so much and it is incredible watching designers so good at their craft creating art inspired by our father’s music. It just feels like Wildflowers sounds,” Violette said in a press release.
For the collection’s launch, artists “who have been influenced by Tom’s music,” including Japanese Breakfast, King Princess, Kilo Kish, Weyes Blood, and Joanna Newsom, are all featured in the collection’s campaign.
“This is a passion project inspired by my sister and it is a really loving tribute to our dad,” Adria Petty said in a release. “We love this collection because it is joyful and is a great opportunity for us to give back to the emerging music community. Laura and Kate are our favorite designers so it’s exciting to see the world of Wildflowers interpreted through their eyes.”
You can shop the entire Rodarte x Tom Petty Collection here at MatchesFashion. The collection is also available to purchase on Rodarte.com and TomPetty.com, with 25% of proceeds made from Petty’s own shop going toward the D’Addario Foundation‘s Girls in Music Initiative.