Kacey Musgraves wearing one of the Sesame Street Moschino styles | Source: Moschino

You should buy what you love, ‘cause you just get so many trips ‘round the sun… especially if it’s more Sesame Street merch. And if Kacey Musgraves is modeling it.

Musgraves isn’t the high-horse type: After all, she appeared on The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo performing “Rubber Duckie” around this time last year. So it makes sense we’d see her with the Sesame Street crew again.

Now, the singer has partnered with Moschino to promote a high-end collection featuring fan-favorite Sesame Street characters: Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Grover, and Bert and Ernie. The line features 33 pieces of apparel and accessories for fans to show off their swingin’ Sesame swag.

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The items feature mostly neutral fabrics of black, white, and heather grey. Some highlights include a cropped denim vest set, a knitted cardigan and sweater, and nylon accessories. Several styles also feature Elmo or Bert and Ernie decked out in biker jackets, tracksuits, and sneakers.

Musgraves models some of the Moschino Sesame Street line | Source: Moschino

Musgraves modeled many of the pieces in the collection with a themed photoshoot — girl can commit! In one photo (above, left) she is serving Oscar the Grouch realness, surrounded by trash cans and showing off a button-up black shirt with a repeating muppet-head pattern and shorts featuring a Sesame Street bubble-letter logo. On the right, Musgraves is channeling Cookie Monster vibes, sitting on blue shag carpet and surrounded by cookies. She’s wearing a white T-shirt that features the alphabet and various Sesame Street characters. Crumbs? We don’t see any.

The collection is driven by the eye of creative director Jeremy Scott, who wanted to encompass Sesame Street’s principles of kindness, confidence, and natural curiosity about the world’s possibilities. Exclusive styles are currently available in China, while the entire line is scheduled to drop worldwide on May 25.