Chris Jericho is one of the greatest, if not the greatest performer in and out of the squared circle, and not only are his talents limited in the professional wrestling industry, but Jericho also has a very successful career in the music industry with his band Fozzy.
Le Champion has also recently released an apparel line in conjunction with Champion Apparel, which he calls his “Painmaker Apparel Collection.” The artwork used in Chris Jericho’s Painmaker Collection is based on Le Champion’s “Painmaker” persona from NJPW, and is reportedly heavily influenced as well by Japanese culture and lettering.
The Demo God’s Painmaker Apparel Collection is now available at Painmaker.store and it includes men’s and women’s t-shirts as well as sweatshirts, rolled cuff t-shirts, and tracksuits.
Le Champion took to social media to comment on the release of his Painmaker Apparel Collection as well as how he wants to continue expanding the Jericho brand. Chris also explained that each item in this collection has been individually patterned and influenced by the 60 tours of Japan he’s experienced in the last 30 years.
You can check out Chris Jericho’s social media posts below, along with the full press release issued:
Chris Jericho Unveils Painmaker Apparel Collection
LOS ANGELES, November 25, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Chris Jericho, one of the most popular performers in the history of wrestling and the inaugural AEW World Champion, will unveil his “Painmaker Apparel Collection” in conjunction with Champion Apparel during tonight’s live AEW DYNAMITE show on TNT.
Based on the popular character he originated in Japan, Chris designed the collection with artwork heavily influenced by Japanese culture and lettering. The products include men’s and women’s t-shirts, sweatshirts, rolled cuffed tees and tracksuits.
“As I continue to expand the Jericho brand, a clothing line was the natural next step,” said Chris Jericho. “But Painmaker Apparel is more than just a collection of great quality clothing with a rubber stamp design. Each item in this collection has been individually patterned and influenced by the 60 tours of Japan I’ve experienced over the last 30 years. As a result, when you wear Painmaker Apparel, you’ll feel stylish, sassy and quite simply ….cool AF!”
The Painmaker collection goes on sale this Wednesday, November 25, at 11:00 a.m. ET at Painmaker.store
Proud to announce the unveiling of the #Painmaker Apparel Collection! I teamed up with @represent & @ChampionUSA to create a multitude of killer designs based on my experiences and tours of Japan! Check them out at https://t.co/CtFK4VwE7D and order your favorites NOW!— Chris Jericho (@IAmJericho) November 25, 2020