Few 90s pop culture figures were as controversial as Marilyn Manson. Hailing from the southern state of Florida, Marilyn Manson, the band and its leading figure, drew the ire of conservatives across America for their sacrilegious lyrics that some claimed promoted drug-use and violence. At one point, three US states even passed legislation banning them from performing at state-owned venues.
Given their own propensity for courting controversy, it is easy to see why Alex James and Vlad Elkin, founders of LA-based label Pleasures, would be drawn to such a figure. This long-awaited collaboration represents the latest in a long line of collaborations with cult musicians.
The Pleasures Watercolour Camp Shirt in White is a classic camp shirt cut from a premium poly fabric. The front and back of this piece are printed with the watercolour self-portrait by Manson that appeared on the cover of the 2004 greatest hits collection, Lest we Forget. This slightly relaxed fit shirt also features a contrast camp collar with contrast stitching, front button closure, slightly curved hem, and Pleasures branding printed on the back beneath the collar.
Made from 100% polyester.