In 2017 she and her duet partner Koit Toome were lost in “Verona”. And it now seems that Laura Põldvere may have spent much of her time getting inspiration from the city’s thriving retail scene, as she’s launched her very own merch shop.

From t-shirts and caps to phone cases and USB sticks, you can show your love for the “Supersonic” singer at home and on the road while throwing some coins at your girl.

In a statement sent to wiwibloggs, the former Suntribe star said: “You know I love accessories and exciting clothing, so I wanted to also give you a taste of that — to you and your loved ones.”

“In the beginning of the year I promised myself to be bold — to have the courage to live life the way I want to. That is how the collaboration with the amazing artist Pia Pikkor began. We both like to take people on a journey to the fairytale world.”

“Our designs are here to give you positive vibes, wherever you are. Welcome to a world where you can make someone happy.”

Pia has collaborated with Laura on a number of her single and album covers, including “Tõusulained” and “Crazy Enough”. And it seems she isn’t just artist on the easel, but also with her body: she works as a pole dancer and instructor at her Meow Studio. Laura happens to be one of her students.

Among the items on offer is an adjustable cap with Laura’s name in matte black rubber print (15 euros) and a form-fitting white tank top with the swirling blue and white cover art from “Tõusulained” (also 15 euros).

Fans of her Eurovision 2017 song “Verona” will be pleased to know the catalogue includes the 12-inch vinyl of the single, and at the special price of 17 euros.

Laura Shop ships worldwide.

And so does wiwibloggs! If you’re in a shopping mood, be sure to visit our shop for an array of designs inspired by our favourite euro-pop stars. Beach towels, coffee mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, pillows, phone cases — we got you!

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