Ed Sheeran has decided to launch an eco-responsible clothing line.

The singer has collaborated with indie brand Lucy & Yak to craft a limited-edition collection of four unisex pieces made fairly using organic cotton.

The line includes overalls, a sweatshirt, a t-shirt and a bucket hat, all with prints inspired by the visuals of = (equals), his latest album.

We find there in particular the butterfly which, omnipresent in the artworks of the disc, symbolizes for the artist the passage to a new stage of life.

A strong symbol

“The butterfly used by Ed on his album cover has a really special meaning to him, so we are honored to have been able to bring it to life through such a special collection of Yaks – especially as the we know that Ed shares our desire to do better for the environment,” said Lucy Greenwood, co-founder of Lucy & Yak, in a statement posted on the brand's website.

In any case, if you're interested, don't delay, because the items in this limited edition collection have been available for sale since last Thursday (July 14).


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