On My NY Sh!t tees and totes

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Fashion on Tuesday 7 August 2012

I’m pretty bummed that I randomly stumbled across Brooklyn apparel store, Kings of NY, a week after I departed New York. I dig the stocked Bronx streetwear label Don’t Question Kings; creators of simple, aesthetically-pleasing tees and totes which boldly adorn the words, On My NY Sh!t. Now I think the hip, modern day slogan gives ‘I Heart NY’ a run for its money. No?

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The Balletcats bring flames and magicians to t shirts

Alison Shepard Contributor

By Alison Shepard in New Products on Monday 26 December 2011

In the Little Companions Rebelling Against the Magician t-shirt, label The Balletcats capture everything that we love about the holiday season: rebellion, flames, and striped pants. Nothing short of a classic family gathering! While everything that The Balletcats do is genius, this shirt has an extra bit of zip: it’s an exclusive for Lost At […]

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New GFunk and Batz Street Series t-shirt range

Contributions Reader Find

By GFUNK in New Fashion on Saturday 24 December 2011

At the heart of the new GFunk and Batz Street Series T-Shirt range lie bright and playful designs, bold graphics, and an inherent sense of soul. The collection pushes the envelope of football design, drawing inspiration from graffiti, pop culture and art. A new cut and soft combed cotton completes the urban outfit. Best worn with black or indigo denim, casual jacket and white sneakers.

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T shirts by Proxy Noise

Olivia Deane Reader Find

By Olivia Deane in New Fashion on Saturday 17 December 2011

Is there anything that these boys don’t do? Striking the perfect chord between surfing, art and fashion, whether its film, photography or clothing, there’s always something happening. And it is always such a treat when you have a look. The constant flow of images from around the world, get down with the beautiful nitty gritty […]

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You Wear Carrot Rabbit Wear You t shirt

Lost At E Minor Contributor

By Lost At E Minor in New Fashion on Thursday 24 February 2011

There’s been a mistake on this product release. Carrot Rabbit had taken over our control system and sabotaged all artworks stored in our server. He changed all the files to his own lunatic photograph. We don’t know what his purpose is. [buy this t shirt now, you won’t regret it!]

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Carrot Rabbit and Friends t-shirt

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Fashion on Saturday 30 October 2010

Carrot Rabbit loves kids, very, very much. They play, sing, karaoke and cook. He’s about to develop CR Land, just for kids. CR are childrens’ best friend, for sure. A special UV ink printing method makes the “raspberry” stain visible on those cute childrens’ faces if they get directed to the sunlight.

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Snapshut bamboo t shirts

Rich McEachran Reader Find

By Rich McEachran in New Eco on Wednesday 6 October 2010

A new addition to the ethical fashion scene, Snapshut is a niche streetwear brand based in London, UK, producing simple art-inspired designs printed on eco-friendly garments such as their signature soft bamboo t-shirts.

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Das Monk Mount Hexx t shirt

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Eco on Thursday 20 May 2010

Collaborating with UK artist Tim Laing, Das Monk designer Marc Hendrick has created a fictional world inspired by the apocalyptic paradise that is Mount Hexx. Theirs is a sinister world of kaleidoscopic colours and ripples of psychedelia, of serenading Queens, of dancing flamingoes, of unimaginable euphoria. Curiosity and hypnotic dreams have led many to Mount […]

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Ivory Skies t shirts

Chris Nolan Reader Find

By Chris Nolan in New Fashion on Tuesday 23 February 2010

With so many t-shirt labels coming and going these days it is a good thing to see some sticking around. London-based Ivory Skies has been around for nearly two years now — which in t-shirt language is long. The brand’s new collection has uncovered some more ancient drawings that sit nicely on a printed tee. Designer Carlo Salanitri has built somewhat of a cult following amongst the t-shirt community, with a large online following.

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