Ladies you can now be high class and rock n' roll at the same time.

AC/DC and high end fashion brand Gucci have joined forces to make, what I'm betting is ridiculously expensive, high end merch.

Moving away from the usual t-shirts and hoodies the AC/DC logo is now appearing on the cover of T, The New York Times fashion magazine, bedazzled on the back of some sort of couture dress.

Apparently the collaboration has been in the works for sometime and according to Blabbermouth Gucci's creative director describes the line as

rock 'n' roll Renaissance, 1980s Renaissance, street-style Renaissance, bourgeois Renaissance, chinoiserie Renaissance

Whatever that means. I'm a jeans and a hoodie kinda broad so fashion isn't exactly my forte but if you're into fashion they did elaborate a bit more on what you can expect from the Gucci line saying

long, ostrich-trimmed gowns and short studded leather suits; big shoulders and puffed shoulders; fur trim and fur cuffs; putti prints and giant shaggy furs; hostess dresses with fluted sleeves and one with AC/DC sequined on the back

The line isn't due out until the fall but you can check out what the T has to say about it when the cover issue hits stands on Sunday, April 17th.