David Beckham’s new Stone Roses clothing range includes T-shirts costing ten times more than near-identical designs

DAVID Beckham’s new clothing range includes items costing ten times that of near-identical clobber.

We revealed in January how prices in his fashion designer wife Victoria’s new range had been hugely hiked over similar products.

Footie legend David Beckham has been slammed over his super-expensive Stone Roses T-shirts

Her former England football captain husband, 43, also launched his own fashion collaboration yesterday with the Stone Roses.

It includes several £95 T-shirts with the band’s cover artwork on the front, including their single Waterfall.

However retailers are flogging near-exact designs at 1,000 per cent cheaper, with some £9.95 on Amazon.

Other designs in the collaboration with Kent and Curwen — of which Beckham is a business partner — include a £75 Stone Roses hat, £155 sweatshirt and £450 jacket.

David Beckham says the Kent and Curwen logo makes T-shirts like this worth almost £100
This virtually identical T-shirt can be found for sale online for just £9.95
Beckham also has a design emblazoned with the band’s iconic Lemon print

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David and Victoria show their style at Paris Fashion Week[/caption]

The enormous mark-up was justified, according to Beckham, because they feature Kent and Curwen’s logo.

It comes after a Reebok collaboration with ex-Spice Girl Victoria, 44, included a pair of jogging bottoms costing £219. A similar pair from the sportswear brand costs £21.48.

Also in her collection, £99.95 was the price for a beanie hat – with Victoria and Reebok’s new logo emblazoned on the front – while a plain white T-shirt retailed at £63.

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Uniqlo Continues to Pay Homage to Contemporary Artists With New SPRZ NY T-Shirts

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Featuring plain and pocket T-shirts, the latest drop is characterized by its conceptual art-themed graphics inspired by Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Sol Lewitt and Eames. Key items of the repertoire feature embroideries of Basquiat’s signature crown and dinosaur sketches, Warhol’s iconic Campbell soup can lithographs or a print of Haring’s famed “Statue of Liberty.”

All priced at $ 14.90 USD, the SPRZ NY T-shirts are now available for purchase on Uniqlo’s website. Check out the entire collection on the official website and in more fashion-related news, take a look at Billionaire Boys Club’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection.

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