FOO FIGHTERS Release EMPEROR-Inspired Christmas Sweaters
FOO FIGHTERS are offering their own contribution to this year's "ugly Christmas sweater," a ubiquitous feature of the holiday season which began to sprout up in the last several decades.
"Ugly Christmas sweater" or "tacky Christmas sweater" parties have been a holiday staple for several years, but there have been very few places to actually buy these sweaters. That has since changed, according to Time magazine, which reports that vintage stores, the Salvation Army, and Goodwill are reaping the benefits of this craze, as are fast-fashion shops like H&M and high-end retailers such as Nordstrom.
The market for ugly Christmas sweaters is so large that several stores even exist solely for the purpose of selling the the festive apparel.
The FOO FIGHTERS 2014 "ugly Christmas sweater" features a black metal gingerbread man and the FOO FIGHTERS name written in EMPEROR-inspired typeface.
To purchase your own FOO FIGHTERS "ugly Christmas sweater," you can pick it up for $30 at the band's webshop.
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