What Goes Around Comes Around partners with "Pirates of the Caribbean"

What Goes Around Comes Around (WGACA) has launched a vintage sixties tee to celebrate next week's release of the newest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise, Dead Men Tell no Tales.

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The limited edition tees are white blanks authentic to the 1960s. The vintage tees feature the signature Pirates skull and crossbones graphic. They retail for $150.

Gerard Maione, chief creative officer of WGACA said, "Both Disney and What Goes Around Comes Around have had a great deal of experience with the 'power' of the t-shirt... There is something special about having a piece of art and history to wear or collect from a memorable event."

The Pirates of the Caribbean WGACA tee is a limited release, with only 100 tees available for purchase. The tees were launched at an event at WGACA's Beverly Hills store earlier this week and are available exclusively online and through the Beverly Hills store.

In addition to the limited edition tee, WGACA is also auctioning off four hand embellished 1960s leather moto jackets inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean. The jackets have been customized by model Rocky Barnes, makeup artist Patrick Ta and stylist Karla Welch. Johnny Depp's stylist Samantha McMillen also contributed the one that is hand signed by the actor.

The jackets are currently being auctioned through Charitybuzz with proceeds going to Heal the Bay. Currently the autographed Johnny Depp jacket is the only one with a bid at $650. The auctions for the leather jackets end May 31st at 5pm with estimated values of $1,500 per piece.

WGACA was founded 14 years ago and is the largest premium vintage emporium in the world. A portion of its business comes from vintage collectible concert tees. It operates a handful of brick and mortar shops, including one in Beverly Hills, as well as a shop in shop at Bloomingdale's in SoHo.


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