Now this is the kinda sale we like to see! Ultra-hip Carnaby Street-based Lazy Oaf have just announced a 24-hour flash sale on all their men’s T-Shirt designs, knocking a whopping 50% off the tag price. “Today is a very exciting day as, for the first time in Lazy Oaf history, we’re giving you a whole 50% off ALL of our men’s …
Personally I have never really thought of Snoop Dogg as much of a fashion icon, but that is exactly where Adam Kimmel got his inspiration for his latest series of roll-up shirts. Utilizing a custom bandana print reflective of Snoop’s personal style, the shirts feature several different cashmere/cotton designs incorporated into the roll-up part of both T-shirts and button-downs. Overall …
Sponsored post from Bank If you get chance check out the new menswear collection from men’s clothing company Bank. The online retailer has loads of great brands (Henleys, Adidas, Superdry to name but three) and in particular have a very impressive selection of very cool t-shirts. 20 years on from their Madchester heyday Stone Roses T shirts are as cool …
Tees: The Art of the T-Shirt by Maki, a small design house in the Netherlands, celebrates some of the best T-Shirt designs out there from over 80 of the most creative designers in the world. It’s crammed full with some great designs to suit all different tastes and makes a great coffee table book. You can see some of the most interesting designs in our gallery below.
Tees, the Art of the T-Shirt is published by Laurence King Publishing for £19.95. A special limited edition including a T-Shirt featuring a unique collage of designs from artists in the book is available for £30.
Giles Deacon for New Look, one of the few designer X high street collaborations for men returns next week with another collection, featuring a selection of shirts, t-shirts, jeans and knits.
We like that the New Look collections are a chance to see Deacon’s lighter take on fashion with witty t-shirt prints and bright colours. Hopefully we’ll see see pieces which push boundaries a little more in future collections but as always it’s baby steps for menswear.
A good Father’s Day present is hard to find; we picked out some fab gifts yesterday, but my Dad was after a T-shirt. I headed to the high street to find him one, but quickly realised that what once was a goldmine for interesting, unusual tees was now a factory of cartoon characters, fussy design and ugly graphics. After a look around a few more typical high street retailers, I’d almost had enough.
Out dancing on Saturday night it was clear that a big trend for guys this summer is the sleeveless T-shirt. Customised band T-shirts with sleeves cut out around the arm-hole, or, for the lithe of frame, slashed from shoulder to waist ruled the dancefloor, usually accompanied by post-punk undercut hair of various extremes. If your shoulders aren’t your best feature or you lack the necessary tattoo work (clearly a temporary problem) you can coyly roll the sleeves up instead. This still looks cool, especially if the T-shirt is long and flares slightly from chest to waist for a bit of swing.
Beats In Space is a radio show mixed live by Tim Sweeney and guests in New York City every Tuesday with the very best in guests playing music of a disco persuasion. He’s even had Kim-Ann Foxman on dammit! And now you can get the T-shirt too. Featuring a retina-boggling, two color design recalling 1950s pulp-fiction book covers, the t-shirt does indeed say Beats In Space – though you may need to be off your face to read it.
OkiNi have just announced they will shortly be branching out to offer a music section on the site, better known for its well-priced designerwear. But this isn’t quite the off-fashion post it may seem, as the first release by the new music arm will be the A Mountain of One album release which comes complete with T-shirt.
As the days lengthen, the volume has definitely been turned up on Spring fashion options. A clear voice amongst the throng, ACNE have just launched their SS09 POP Classics collection.
America has always been the place to pick up cool T-shirts. Whether Hanes or (more recently) American Apparel, heavy duty 100% cotton T-s are an American staple.
A while ago when Silas pulled out of the UK I was pretty gutted because at the time they were my favorite brand due to the fact that their T-Shirts fit so damn well, the actual design of the T’s were less important to me but to be fair these were just as great. Silas has returned to the UK (though the brand still concentrates on its much larger following in Japan) and has grown up a wee bit with some smarter pieces to their range such as the awesome knitwear and coats featured in this winter 08 lookbook put together by Unbar.
I want Barack Obama to become the President of the USA. I do. Honestly.
However, telling you guys is enough for me and I don’t feel the need to have his name plastered across each of my outfits.
I once know a girl that used to believe everything GMTV told her, so when a few people died of S.A.R.S then she was convinced she was going to get it, the same with bird flu, she even stopped using her mobile because of the radiation. A few years down the line and she is perfectly healthy but has come to the conclusion that the News and Amon Holmes may in fact, from time to time, be bullshit. This story has a point, which I am now getting to: Too Black Guys recognises also that the media chats balls and this is the topic for their latest line of graphic tees entitled “Merchants of Fear“. The line consists of several graphic t-shirts depicting media propagated fear and are really cool, but don’t trust me- see for yourself!
British clothing maker Call Of The Wild has previewed some of their Spring 09 range. The preview comprises of subtle graphic tees which will be a nice contrast from the previous seasons mostly tiled offerings from COTW.
Pete Fowler seems to be the Illustrator of the moment with a career that has been steadily gathering steam. Since designing the Super Furry Animals album cover back in 1997 Fowler has worked with several other big names such as Kia and Lynx as well as making a name for himself with his own Monsterism illustrations.
Knife crime has reached an unbelievable height in Britain and with the murder of Ben Kinsella, the seventeenth teenager to die as a result of knife crime in London this year, Grazia has launched their ‘Lives for Knives’ campaign. As part of the campaign, the magazine has got Henry Holland, Katharine Hamnett and Sophia Kokosalaki on board to design t-shirts as well as laying a set of Five Government Demands.
On my WISHLIST is Henry Holland’s design, an electric-blue t-shirt with striking design and bold lettering.
As part of Google Mail, you are constantly bombarded with adverts for whatever your e-mails are about. For me, that is largely fashion and therefore, I receive links to sites such as 80sTees.com. This online store proved to be pretty good; I wasted about half and hour going through the memorabilia.
Are music website t-shirts the new band t-shirts?
Brandish is turning into the place to go if you’re a t-shirt lover. First Richard brings you a collection of amazing t-shirts and now we’re telling you that Threadless are having a sale. Not just any sale, mind you. They’re holding a summer blockbuster sale where shirts are going for $10. If you’ve needed to stock up on summer tee’s, now’s your chance. Be quick – the sale ends on the 8th of June.
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