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STYLE
Studio Visit: Prinkshop
"Wear what you care about." That's the motto of NYC-based Prinkshop (short for "printed ink"), a new graphic design and production studio that's leveraging the underused potential of T-shirts (and totes) to spark action and discussion. Each piece...
STYLE
Leisure Wear by Lovers Court
Melbourne, Australia-based Lovers Court launches their label with a debut leisure wear collection that doesn't discriminate between genders. Eschewing traditional fashion seasons for a more open-minded approach, Lovers Court was founded by Talia...
STYLE
Ultra-Soft T-Shirts by Schooner
One of the eternal wardrobe classics (the hunt for which has almost become a cliché) is the perfect white T-shirt. In East London, one in particular from a new company looks set to become a serious contender for the title. Schooner—which launched...
STYLE
The Simpsons Reimagined by Shuggie's Sweet Revenge
Seemingly very in tune with 20- and 30-somethings of today, Shuggie's Sweet Revenge makes T-shirts and tote bags emblazoned with cleverly combined Simpsons characters—and cartoon images of Larry David's face. A delightfully simple idea, the morphed...
STYLE
Marine Layer Clothing
When Mike Natenshon’s girlfriend accidentally threw out his favorite T-shirt—perfectly soft from years of wash and wear—he underwent a long series of experiments to replicate that worn-in comfiness right off the rack. And, while the former investment...
STYLE
Sharks of Perth T-Shirt
In response to the strongly protested and illogical shark cull in Western Australia, Melbourne-based artist and musician Leonie Brailey has created a delightfully sweet "Sharks of Perth" T-shirt. Featuring various types of sharks—gently exuding...
STYLE
M.Nii Typhoon Haiyan Relief T-shirt
On 8 November 2013 Typhoon Haiyan devastated much of the Philippines and Southeast Asia. It was the deadliest typhoon on record in the Philippines and there is still much work to be done in the island nation. To support disaster relief efforts and...
STYLE
Art of Craft
by Janine Stankus For branding expert Derek Galkin and longtime TV presenter Sal Masekela, passion and creativity have been keys to successful entrepreneurial careers. In October 2013, the Southern California-based duo launched Art of Craft to celebrate...
STYLE
Threadmason
Founded by Georgetown alumni Vincent Ko (head of social business at Panda Sunglasses) and Jake Huston (former mobile strategy consultant), Threadmason—a brand which launched their Kickstarter campaign today—offers a highly innovative take on how...
STYLE
Mack Weldon Pima T
Taking a step away from undergarments, while staying firmly in the basics category, Mack Weldon today introduces their Pima T-shirt. Made of 100% Peruvian Pima cotton—known for its extremely soft touch—the crew and V-neck T-shirts have been enzyme...
STYLE
Black Scale + Mehrathon Canada Edition Release
LA-based streetwear brand Black Scale was started in 2008 by Michael “Mega” Yabut and Alfred De Tagle, and in just five short years they have opened stores in San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles. They've been responsible for collaborations with...
STYLE
Teenage T-shirts
by Tara Fraser Conceived as a remedy for the universally known feeling of having nothing to wear— especially for those with a slightly more humorous sartorial taste—the recently launched T-shirt label Teenage is the brainchild of comedian Blake...
CULTURE
Interview: Das Monk
Born in the bright streets of Sydney, Australia in 2007 by designer Marc Hendrick, Das Monk artist collective puts great designs on quality T-shirts. At first a one-man operation, Hendrick soon brought his sister Brooke on board to help promote work...
DESIGN
Headspace 2013
Just as another year of creative commitments kick into full swing, artist Nathaniel Russell delivers his annual thematic calendar for a bit of visual fodder while keeping track of time. Russell's spirited subject for 2013 is "Headspace," an illustrative...
STYLE
I'm Not Like You
The brainchild of Sicilian writer and musician Vittorio Bongiorno and accessories designer Marisa Bernardoni from Bologna, I'm Not Like You is a collection of limited edition T-shirts made by hand in Italy and emblazoned with an image taken and shared...
STYLE
I Still Love NY
New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz has created a riff on the iconic and ubiquitous "I Heart NY" design by Milton Glaser in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Submerging the logo in blue dip-dye on a T-shirt for Grey Area, Errazuriz...
STYLE
The Vanity Project
Fed up with their positions in finance and real estate, friends Omri Bojko and Jason Sochol embarked on a quest to find something more meaningful to do, and thus created the The Vanity Project (TVP) in 2011. The two Northwestern grads had begun...
STYLE
Twists on the White T-Shirt
Versatile and universally appreciated, few garments are as modern as the good old white tee. The staple crosses nearly every genre of personal style, from hip hop to hipster, holding a permanent place in closets everywhere. To add a little creativity...
STYLE
Leslie Fremar for Fruit of the Loom
The story is annoyingly familiar. You're in the market for a well-fitting, simple t-shirt but paying designer prices for a cotton basic seems ridiculous. Celebrity stylist Leslie Fremar had been turning to Fruit of the Loom's boy's shirts or ribbed...
STYLE
Drop Bars Not Bombs
With on-point product reviews, news and cycling industry insights, Seattle's fixed-gear blog Zlog has quickly developed a cult-like following since stepping into the scene in 2008. As equally sought after as their valuable nuggets of fixed-gear culture...
STYLE
Out of Print
Turning classic book covers into inspirational t-shirts, Out of Print recently added a kids line to its collection of "intelligent" literary fashions. Tykes can don soon-to-be-favorite reads like "The Catcher In The Rye," "Moby Dick," "Pride and...
STYLE
Ranks T-Shirts
From the play on the Guess logo to the cartoon-style illustrations of dancehall stars by Daniel David Freeman, the debut line from the new t-shirt label Ranks hits all the right '90s pop culture marks. "Born out of an urge to create garments...
STYLE
Africa Is The Future
Raised in Paris by a French mother and Congolese father, photographer Nicolas Premier traveled to the Republic of Congo to investigate his roots for the first time in September 2001. Shocked by the destruction and poverty plaguing much of the capital...
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