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Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath performs at Ozzfest 2016 at San Manuel Amphitheater on September 24, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

Ozzy Osborne is hitting the catwalk… well, his clothing line is.  The Ozzy Osborne fashion line is here.  Thanks to a collaboration between Ozzy and  Midnight Art Department, you can now own an Ozzy rosary necklace, sleep mask and so much more. With some Ozzy fashion in your closet, you can feel like EVERY DAY is HALLOWEEN.

Midnight Art Department is the same group that recently gave a similar treatment to David Bowie.

The fashion line includes “a bomber jacket, an array of hoodies, and T-shirts marked with Patient Number 9 iconography and references. While accompanying accessories include a cap, rosary necklace, and sleep mask emblazoned with Ozzy’s piercing glare. The motifs that decorate the range lean towards an evocative tone of purple that contrasts the mainly black color base of items.”  Check out the gear and prices ($20-$300) on the HypeBeast.com

Musician Ozzy Osbourne signs copies of his album "Patient Number 9"...

Musician Ozzy Osbourne signs copies of his album "Patient Number 9" at Fingerprints Music on September 10, 2022 in Long Beach, California. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

I love a good evocative tone of purple, so #WINNING. Of course, The Prince of Darkness also has his signature apparel line available on Ozzy.com.  My personal favorite is the “speak of the devil” t-shirt. You really can’t wear too much Ozzy, so feel free to shop it up! As long as we’re talking financial diversification, OzzFest is coming back VIRTUALLY.  I’ll give you that story soon.  Is it just me or would Ozzy have about 99% less money if it wasn’t for Sharon Osbourne’s lifelong pursuit of good marketing?  Gene Simmons ain’t got nuthin’ on Sharon.

If you missed the story of Ozzy talking about DRL (he lost some nuts and bolts), CLICK HERE to check out that gem of a story.  It is worth reading.

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Donielle Fynn is a Michigan native with two kids, two dogs, two cats, a love of yoga, and all things classic rock.