LED ZEPPELIN Collaborates With British Fashion Designer PAUL SMITH On Range Of Scarves

September 1, 2014

According to The Independent, LED ZEPPELIN has collaborated with British fashion designer Paul Smith to produce a series of limited-edition scarves, to be sold in-store and online from October 23.

The artwork of LED ZEPPELIN's first three releases — "Led Zeppelin", "Led Zeppelin II" and "Led Zeppelin III" — has been reinterpreted on three different scarves, each measuring 1.5 by 1.5 meters.

A photographic weaving technique had to be applied for the largely monochromatic "Led Zeppelin", with the red detail being added using a fine fil coupe yarn. Four high-quality yarns were combined to produce the eight colors of the bright "Led Zeppelin II" image, while the psychedelic "Led Zeppelin III" has been recreated using a combination of boucle and merino wool.

The scarves will be available to purchase exclusively from PaulSmith.co.uk and Paul Smith Albemarle Street in London.

On October 28, LED ZEPPELIN will release deluxe editions of its 1971 album, "Led Zeppelin IV", and its 1973 follow-up, "Houses Of The Holy".

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