Billionaire Boys Club and Takashi Murakami continue to strengthen their relationship, as BBC EU has become the sole UK distributor of Murakami accessories. Going forward, the goods will only be available at the brand's London flagship store.

Stock includes the Japanese artist’s iconic flower print reimagined as soft cushions and key chains, with the accessories being inspired by some of Murakami's most recognizable work. The items are produced in Japan by Murakami’s KaiKai Kiki company.

Cushions, which come optioned in three sizes, are set to retail for approximately $175 USD to $1,070 USD, boasting a happy face on one side and a sleeping face on the other. Key chains then feature a pin on the back, going for roughly $40 USD.

You can look forward to this initial capsule launching Saturday, December 9.

In other news, Takashi Murakami recently showed off his Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Jordan 1.

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