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Brands from Tommy Hilfiger to Pez have created limited edition product for the exhibit.

Bravado showcases high-end partners for The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism

Global merchandise company Bravado has unveiled the results of a range of high-end product partnerships for The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism exhibit.

As the official and exclusive merchandise partner for Exhibitionism, Bravado has worked for months with a number of high-end brands on collaborations to celebrate The Rolling Stones’ first-ever major exhibition.

Exhibitionism is a fully immersive, interactive multimedia experience, displaying more than 500 rare and original objects and in recent months, Bravado has been designing and installing a retail space within the exhibition.

The firm aimed to work with brands rich in heritage, ‘quintessentially British’ and ‘for whom premium quality and individual design are of utmost importance’.

“The history of each brand was an important aspect in the development of the product,” said David Boyne Bravado’s UK managing director.

“Bravado prides itself on its artist-first mentality, and so it was crucial to truly understand the needs of The Rolling Stones and the product that they would be happy to see and approve.

"Bravado’s retail business in general is entrenched in selling product across the high street and independent sector. However what has been achieved with Exhibitionism demonstrates that there are a number of tiers to the business.

"This project has allowed Bravado to showcase its positioning as the world-leading music merchandising company, bringing something to the public that has never been seen before, it continues to evolve past traditional music merchandise."

The brands appearing in the Bravado store at The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism:

  • Asceno
  • Agi & Sam
  • Bonzini
  • The Cambridge Satchel Company
  • Cartamundi
  • Davida
  • Gandys London
  • Geoffrey Parker Games
  • Globe Trotter
  • Hung On U
  • James Smith & Sons
  • Laura Orchant
  • The London Silver Company
  • Lulu Guinness
  • Maison Du Vacances
  • Master & Dynamic
  • Moleskine
  • Michael Ross
  • Pez
  • Pringle of Scotland
  • Smythson
  • ST Dupont
  • Steiff
  • Superga
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Turnbull & Asser
  • Vilebrequin
  • Waterford
  • Wedgwood

Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones is at the Saatchi Gallery from April 5th to September 4th 2016.

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