You can now buy an official Beatles Abbey Road Christmas jumper
22 November 2023, 12:39
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And now they can celebrate the season in the most Fab way possible, with the launch of a gorgeous – and ethically-made and vegan-friendly – Beatles Christmas jumper.
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The seasonal sweater from notjust clothing, Earth Merch and Apple Corps shows the classic Abbey Road album cover with a Christmassy twist.
Not only is the famous zebra crossing accompanied by a snowy background, but The Beatles themselves are dressed in Santa hats (still no socks for Paul McCartney, though), and it's all finished off with red sleeves and hems.
The jumper is priced at £44.99 and is available now, via the notjust clothing website.
"The Beatles have left an indelible mark on the music industry and culture of not just this country, but also the world," said founder of notjust clothing Mike Harding.
"It's an honour for us to pay homage to their legacy through our knitwear. This partnership is a celebration of their music, our craftsmanship, and the spirit of Christmas."
Founder of Earth Merch Hannah Strickland added: "I am delighted to team up with notjust on The Beatles Christmas jumper.
"Showcasing our commitment to ethical UK manufacture, all of our knitwear, blankets and accessories are crafted to last for generations.
"The Beatles 2023 Christmas jumper is a tribute to the band and captures the warmth and joy of the holiday spirit."
This isn't the first seasonal pop crossover from notjust, of course.
The company recently released not just an official Christmas jumper for The Snowman, but also a replica of the classic Snowman scarf worn by David Bowie in his emotional introduction to the classic Raymond Briggs' animation.