Introducing the Days Gone clothing collection by Diesel

The iconic fashion brand unveils a new range of apparel inspired by the upcoming PS4 adventure

Iconic fashion brand Diesel has partnered with the Days Gone team to create a new clothing range inspired by Bend Studio’s upcoming post-apocalyptic PS4 exclusive.

You can see the full range in the below images, each decked out in unique, elaborate artwork.

Diesel found the story of Days Gone, about a biker fighting for survival and redemption across the desolate high desert of Oregon – resonated with its own design philosophy: a homage to the free-spirited, rugged biker persona.

Days Gone clothing collection by Diesel

This sparked the concept of creating a contemporary vision of Diesel’s heritage, reinterpreted through the lens of Days Gone. That callback resulted in a collection rich in coated denims, patches and metal work: all inspired by Deacon’s look and style, rather than directly imitating it.

The range launches on 19th April and is available online and in the following stores in UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and Portugal:

  • Milano San Babila
  • Roma Corso
  • Bergamo Orio al Serio
  • Madrid Fuencarral
  • Lisbona
  • Parigi Etienne
  • Berlin Kudamm
  • Amsterdam Heiligeweg
  • Antwerp
  • London Westfield Stratford
  • London Carnaby

To find out more, head here.

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Am I the only one amused by the female model’s expressions? The first picture, she’s making a sad puppy face around a zombie horde. Second and third it’s just a dead face a’la Twilight. Yes, I know they are just modelling, but a bare minimum should be upheld. The male model on the third one is like, wait, what was that, did I hear something? Which is quite fitting considering the setting, so I think the guy is making a good work there.


Why would I buy crap from game that maybe crap?

MiseryPrincess 20 April, 2019 @ 05:36

The first time I heard of this company was when they designed the terrible Devil May Cry 2 bonus costumes…

Seems things haven’t improved there…

The prices are hilarious.

MiseryPrincess 23 April, 2019 @ 00:01

This might be a money making opportunity!

The price for a denim jacket without sleeves is 790, yet the sleeved variety is a mere 220! Therefore you could make a tidy profit by buying up the “cheap” jackets, and removing the sleeves and selling them to whoever buys this stuff!

Are the prices as scary as the RDR2 clothing were by Barking Irons?

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