Justin Vernon, lead singer of hot indie band Bon Iver, told New York Magazine he plans to wear "a suit from some really cool guys in St. Paul at a store called BlackBlue" to the Grammys on Sunday. (Yep, he's going--even after making headlines by declining an invitation to perform at the show. Bon Iver is nominated for four Grammy Awards.)
For the record, the suit is a brown tweed from Dunderdon--one of BlackBlue's more moderately priced labels. And he didn't originally buy it for the Grammys. Vernon, who lives in Eau Claire, dropped by BlackBlue one day, straight from hunting deer in Northern Wisconsin. His clothes were blood splattered, and he needed something clean to meet his girlfriend. He picked the brown suit, pictured above. The jacket sells for $255; pants $105. A couple people who work with the band bought the same pants. "They just fit really well," says BlackBlue owner Steve Kang. The store has one pair left. Grab 'em before the Grammys.