The tech giant is selling Windows T-shirts for as low as $60.
Microsoft has announced the release of the "Hardwear" clothing collection, created in partnership with Supervsn founder Gavin Mathieu. The collection includes a T-shirt with the famous Windows XP screensaver as a print. It is offered in black or mustard and is priced at $60.
Hardwear features nine items - t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, pants, and hats. Among them are the MS Paint T-shirt, imitating the original color palette of the app, and the hat with the famous signature logo from the 90s.
"The collection reflects Normcore's style - a lifestyle aesthetic that focuses on the individual rather than the clothes she wears. Every detail is thought through and there is meaning behind every piece of Hardwear," said Amanda O'Neill, Director of Multicultural and Social Communications at Microsoft.
For Microsoft, which released the debut capsule collection with Matthew, this is not the first experiment with clothing. In 2020, the company has already sold its own sweaters with Windows logos, and previously also released clothes with MS Paint, Windows XP, Windows 95 and Minesweeper logos. In addition, the IT giant has been selling clothes under the Xbox brand for many years.