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Sprinkle Stardust on Your Feet With This David Bowie Sock Collection

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David Bowie

Happy Socks has unveiled a new collection in honor of David Bowie that includes two limited-edition designs based on iconic moments in the late rock star's career.

The collection features six pairs of cotton crew socks and four pairs of kid's cotton crew socks, available as singles ($8-$16) and in collectible gift boxes ($32-$96).

The Silver Lining socks -- matte black wrapped in silver foil -- are based on the silver zebra outfit that Bowie wore on h9is 1976 Station to Station album. According to Happy Socks, the Ziggy Special is inspired by the Japanese concept Basara, which is "characterized by colorful attention-grabbing garments."

The asymmetrical knitted leotard created by designer Kansai Yamamoto became one of Bowie's signature pieces, with the sparkly lurex knitted heel and toe sock matched with two eye-popping ankle bangles in green and red.

The collection launches today and will be sold on the Happy Socks website and its retail stores as well as some other retail outlets. Following a private battle with cancer, Bowie died Jan. 10, 2016, just two days after his 69th birthday.

Check out images from the collection below.

Courtesy of Happy Socks
Courtesy of Happy Socks