NEW YORK — The members of Mötley Crüe have always been known for their ravenous sexual appetites and one member, Nikki Sixx, plans to translate that attitude into fashion.
The notorious rocker will launch a line of men’s and women’s shirts, as well as women’s underwear, to hit select specialty stores in April. The line, N.Sixx by Dragonfly, was inspired by the bass player’s wild range of tattoos that adorn his body. Wholesaling for $6.50 to $14.50, the line is being manufactured in partnership with Dragonfly, a licensor and manufacturer of music-inspired shirts.
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