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McDonald's and clothing enthusiasts will be pleased with the fast food chain's new line of limited edition merchandise.

Themed around the Big Mac, McDonald's joined Japanese brand Beams to produce a line of merchandise that fans have actually found to be pretty stylish. The items include tote bags, baseball caps, T-shirts, and iPhone cases — all decorated with burgers.

At 3,900 yen per item, each piece of merchandise would cost about $35 on Japanese online retailer Rakuten, which ships internationally. The collection is selling quickly because only 300 of each item is available.

Along with the collection, consumers can buy jars of McDonald's popular Big Mac sauce for 1,900 yen, or about $17. Proceeds from all sales will go to the Ronald McDonald House.