Brandish favourites D.I.E have recently sneaked out their A/W08 collection. Expanding on the pop culture theme, they’ve now included Andy Warhol amongst the influences for their tees. T-shirts aside, they’ve included shawl collars on check jackets, colour blocked jumpers and geometric print cardigans. View more of the collection after the jump.
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Just as D.I.E’s spring range seeps into
shops, the official Denim is
Everything site has extended their sale by a week, So you can spend all
payday money on important stuff, like t-shirts. The site’s sale archive is extensive,
with shirts dating back to the Autumn/Winter 2005 collection.
The shirts are also available in a colour
range that nearly rivals American Apparel, meaning you can finally get that ‘too young to d.i.e’ shirt in pink and purple, instead of boring old white and black. The
sale lasts until the end of this week and supersonic delivery (I assume that
means next day) costs £6.50 regardless of how many items you’re buying.
We’re ardent D.I.E fans here at Brandish. So we could barely contain our excitement when the D.I.E S/S range went up at Oki-Ni. While they do make other items, everyone knows that eye catching t-shirts are their speciality.
This season features a playful take on the Velvet Underground and Nico album cover and my personal favourite, this Superman shirt. I love the fact that it’s yellow, which in turn allows me to pretend that spring is here already. In fact, waiting for spring has become my favourite pastime next to searching for the perfect t-shirt and watching the Wire.
I know I’ve been recommending a lot of
T-shirts lately but you have to wear something under your knitwear. The latest
in my long line of out-of-season picks is this Imaginary
With the Sin City-esque styling of the
print, the tee does look reminiscent of a D.I.E t-shirt. Which is no bad thing, D.I.E seem to release about 3 good shirts each season so it’s best to stock up on look-a-likes. The character on the
front does look a bit like Michelle Ryan, so you may have to assure people you’re
not a crazed Bionic Woman fan.