Neon strobe light hoodies might be the best party garb ever

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By Low Lai Chow in New Fashion on Tuesday 9 July 2013

Okay, Etsy, we’ve found some hope in you again. California-based Bernardo, who honed his skills in electronics from spending five years in the navy, started out selling single-color light up bras but has since expanded his range to include battery-powered light up hoodies. These come in blue, white, green, red or pink, and you can […]

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Betty White Hoodies

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By Lamia Larkin in New Fashion on Friday 23 July 2010

There is just no stopping Betty White, but in all honesty, who would want to? That woman has got the world wrapped around her finger, and I know I’m not the only one who supports her rule. Now you can show your love and support for Ms. White by wearing one of these smashing hoodies that she and clothing company Jerry Leigh created.

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Carrot Clothing

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By Casper Johansson in New Fashion on Monday 19 January 2009

Aside from creating startlingly original looking hoodies and tees, fashion label Carrot Clothing also has an interesting story to tell. The label was founded in Serbia, where the owner, Alex, ‘in an effort to uplift lagging spirits and voice personal concerns about freedom, began printing t-shirts featuring unmuted anti-war messages for family and friends’. This landed him in jail and at the mercy of unforgiving local authorities for spreading allegedly ‘terrorist’ policies. Since then, he has ‘joined forces with skateboarders, street artists, and other creative minds to establish Carrot Clothing, a brand whose essence is based upon the family-like relationships between global art, skate, and street communities’.

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New Dandyism

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By Carolyn Dempsey in New Fashion on Wednesday 26 March 2008

Anytime you find Houndstooth and Hoody in the same sentence you know it will be a good day. Well, today has been a great day and New Dandyism, the lovechild of a conglomate of lusty designers — Sons by Obedient Sons, wood wood and Call of the Wild — is the reason. It’s a surprisingly coherent and articulate project for one cooked up in a kitchen filled with chefs.

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