Everything's Going to Be Okay Because There's a Bunch of Chic New Harry Styles Merch - Fashionista

Everything's Going to Be Okay Because There's a Bunch of Chic New Harry Styles Merch

Including, but not limited to, two tees, a hoodie and a button of his face as a baby.
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Harry Styles performs in Saint Laurent in Paris on March 13, 2018. Photo: Handout/Helene Marie Pambrun via Getty Images

Harry Styles performs in Saint Laurent in Paris on March 13, 2018. Photo: Handout/Helene Marie Pambrun via Getty Images

Harry Styles has, of course, spent the last month tearing across Europe on the second leg of debut solo tour. So far, our favorite glam-rocker has introduced us to two new(-ish) songs, throttled a fledgling Central Saint Martins student designer into the global spotlight and — unrelated to "Harry Styles: Live on Tour," but significant nonetheless — gone out and gotten himself a damn Gucci campaign. While we at Fashionista count down the days until we see him in June during one of his two sold-out Madison Square Garden shows, we were excited to learn on Thursday that he's dropped a bunch of new and extremely chic merch to help us bide our time.

Back in September, Styles debuted his first merch range, a perfect collection of T-shirts, notebooks, sweatshirts and more emblazoned with the words "Treat People With Kindness." The latest collection plays on the same themes of benevolence and general angelic-ness, with the message now cropping up across a (Generation Z?) yellow tee and on the sleeve of a white hoodie. There's also a new dad hat, a button of his baby face (literally, of his face as a baby) and a seven-inch "Sign of the Times" vinyl I will — not to be dramatic or anything — disintegrate if I don't get.

Unfortunately, Styles's new merch — all of which can be seen in the gallery below — does not yet include the experience of seeing him perform "Kiwi" two-and-a-half times live. Hopefully, his product development team is working on that. 

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