WORN FREE Kurt Cobain - Corporate Magazines T-Shirt / Black

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Worn Free Corporate Magazines T-shirt which is an exact reproduction of what Kurt Cobain used to wear back in 1992.

Mark Seliger, a Rolling Stone photographer was sent to do a photoshoot of Kurt Cobain and the rest of the members of Nirvana. The theme of the shoot was Nirvana's and Cobain's metoric rise to superstardom. Seliger recants, "Kurt was very resistant." "He didn't want to be publicized. He didn't want anything but to be true to his fans and to the music."

To emphasize his discontent, Cobain wore a T-shirt with the now-famous homemade inscription CORPORATE MAGAZINES STILL SUCK. "We arranged to have Brooks Brothers suits as a response to their success," says Seliger. "Kurt thought it was really funny. He loved it." Cobain also posed in a female cheerleader's outfit, complete with pompoms.

Made from very soft vintage effect cotton which feels just like a real vintage t-shirt. All Worn Free T-shirts are fully lisensed.

*One of our staff is 5 ft 75" (175cm) slim build and wears a Small.

  Length Chest Shoulder Arm 1 Arm 2
S 25.5"/ 65cm 18"/ 46cm 15.5"/ 40cm - -
M 26.5"/ 67cm 19"/ 48cm 17.5"/ 44cm - -

Additional Information

SKU krt11_01
Colour Vintage Black
Fabric 100% Cotton
COO USA / Thailand



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