A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll: two iconic brands are teaming up for a new fashion collection to celebrate 75 years of history.

Wrangler x Fender is an exclusive collection of denim and graphic tees that are built around what the companies call “the defining black and blue lived-in denim uniform worn by guitarists for decades.”

For the new collection country artists Orville Peck and Stephanie Quayle are repping the brand alongside model Georgia May Jagger.

The Wrangler x Fender Collection | Source: Kontoor Brands

“As trends in music and fashion continue to evolve, Fender remains at the forefront of championing new soundtracks to match new styles,” says Richard Bussey, Vice President Accessories, Lifestyle, and Licensing at Fender. “Through partnering with Wrangler, Fender is able to inspire musicians, creatives, and fashionistas alike. At its core, both music and fashion are about expressing your truest self. The exclusive Wrangler x Fender collaboration forms a tightly woven bond between the music and fashion industries, inviting all generations of creatives to celebrate their personal flare.”

The new collection is available on the Fender and Wrangler websites, and at select retailers, including Boot Barn, Urban Outfitters, and more.

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