In the world of re-mastered albums and recordings, the Led Zeppelin catalog has certainly seen its fair share: a simple search on Amazon Music yields at least four major re-mastered catalog reissues dating back to 1997 with plenty more before that. But like The Beatles‘ fans, “Led-Heads” are devout in their absorption of anything new related to Led Zeppelin. And while 2014 brings another round of re-mastered studio albums from the band, they come with a cosign from famed British designer, Paul Smith.
In celebration of the first round of 2014 re-masters for “Led Zeppelin,” “Led Zeppelin II” and “Led Zeppelin III” studio albums, Smith issues a limited-edition collection of scarves featuring reinterpretations of the album artwork. Colored yarns and a new “photographic” weaving technique imprint Zeppelin’s fine covers on scarves set in super low quantities of 50 each. The scarves will be available via Paul Smith stores in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Paulsmith.co.uk beginning October 23.