How Much Would You Spend to Dress Like Kings of Leon?

01/15/2010 at 05:30 PM ET

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Grab a pair of skinny jeans, a fedora and a flannel shirt and you can look just like hip Nashville rockers Kings of Leon. However, if you pluck the items from the band’s new clothing collection, it’s going to cost you a pretty penny. With a black leather bomber jacket going for $1150, T-shirt for $108 and jeans for $150, you’ll need a wallet that’s on fire to keep that closet full of Leon gear. The four-time Grammy nominees will release their 12-piece collection with Paris-based Surface2Air in the U.S. under the name S2A x KOL. Set to be available at fine men’s clothing stores like Barney’s New York and on starting Jan. 25, the Followills’ hipster designs also include ankle boots, flat-brimmed fedoras and flannel shirts. No word on whether we’ll see the rockers wearing their own designs at the upcoming Grammy Awards on Jan. 31. –Jessica Herndon

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sean harto on

I’d pay $1,150 for Nathan Followill’s underwear after a concert. And then I would create a new trend by wearing underwear over my face.

jason on


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