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Elvis Fashion In NYC

September 11, 2012 | Other

The new Esposito's collection turned many heads during New York Fashion Week. The fashion forward menswear is unique in that each piece contains luxurious fabrics and includes a bold, red lining. As a recognized European clothing line, Elvis fans can enjoy easy to wear clothes featured front and center on fashion websites. 

Esposito Collection is a method of dressing classy and unique, all while feeling comfortable and trendy. Elvis tees, pay tribute to the king and his legendary Tupelo Homecoming in '56. Combined with the classic leather jacket and pompadour hair-do, Elvis' style continues to impact the fashion industry today.


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I am Buffalo-Horn! wrote on September 11, 2012
Nothing to do with Jo then! Actually one "Presley" Blazer, which despite being priced at $200.00, looks like something you'd happily leave on the rail in your local charity shop (No Elvis connection beyond the name) And 4 T shirts, all most reasonably priced at $60.00 each (Bazinga!)
Tony C wrote on September 11, 2012
Some will probably be cynical and say that this is just cashing in on Elvis' name and memory, but I think that we should be pleased that these people want to feature him and that there is presumably a demand for such goods. Never to be forgotten, it seems.
benny scott wrote on September 12, 2012
Right you are Tony ! Always El.
Steve V wrote on September 12, 2012
I agree. I think the rockabilly look has never really gone out of style, but the music has. If only that would come back so we could hear something decent on the radio. Most people under 40 dont know much about it except for that brief spell in the 80's when the Stray Cats were big and Queen had that hit single. That was 30 years ago.
Andy_2 wrote on September 12, 2012
Steve - here in the UK Rockabilly is getting bigger and bigger. It'll never be as big as when the Cats first came out in 1980 but there are loads of bands out there playing live and there are numerous weekends dedicated to Rockabilly ( music and lifestyle), similiar to the viva las vegas weekends but obviously on a smaller scale. Not sure what the scene is stateside but forget the radio and look on youtube as there's loads of stuff on there. Most of them mention Elvis as an influence which is great to see. As for the Rockabilly style, well it's timeless and i'm glad to see Elvis on products like this.
Jerome wrote on September 13, 2012
Not a spectacular design...