Apparently, perfectly clean oxford shirts are out of style. Now you can wear a classic oxford shirt with a twist: an embroidered mustard stain courtesy of Mordechai Rubinstein. And if mustard isn’t your thing, this shirt is also available in ‘ketchup’. Because there’s nothing better than intentionally looking like you just ate a hot dog.
Joe Button is a new Australian start-up that lets both men and women create their own shirts and shirt-dresses made from 100 percent European cotton.
Inspired by dark, out of the way bars, Places We Should Go is a project by Mark Sarmel that revolves around four imaginary bars. They’re just the type of place one might accidentally stumble into and instantly feel at home, or not, but then the best adventures are often those that are unexpected.
6dollarshirts creates unique t-shirts with artistically complex designs which sell for just six dollars each. In-house graphic designer Jeff T. Owens contributes everything from psychedelic art and mash-ups, such as The Inseminator and Weird Owl, to internet meme characters.
If you ever asked for a brag-worthy souvenir as a kid, only to have your dreams crushed by some play it safe relative, then chances are they brought you back a tourist tee instead. Now, it may not have cemented your status as the coolest kid in school, and you certainly couldn’t take it into show-and-tell. But by the looks of Melbourne label Limedrop, you might have been onto something. Their latest collection, Places I’ve Never Been, takes inspiration from the vintage tourist t shirts they’ve collected over the years, and the cities they aspire to visit. Slip into nomad mode wearing featherweight fabrics, and travel to faraway lands without even leaving your hood. Who knew dreaming about travel could be so fun?
Our friends at Australian t shirt label Das Monk recently released a new range of tees, including this one above, Skull Fingers, which features a cool screen print on a one hundred percent cotton t shirt. We have this tee, and a stack of other Das Monk shirts, available for just US$45 through the Lost At E Minor online store.
We have a Major Lazer prize pack to give away to a randomly selected LAEM subscriber featuring a Guns Don’t Kill People, Lazers Do t-shirt, vinyl and CD. To be in the running, simply be a subscriber and tell us why you want it.