Since its inception to Danish fashion scene in 1995, ONLY has always been perceived as denim brand with spirit to spread the true jeans-attitude to everybody.
It’s “denimized” tee shirts, moreover, reflects its indigo blue and denim state-of-mind through vintage-ish look and feel with details and trimmings that are found on each item within the collection. No matter if you are more into the tomboy or a girly style, ONLY wardrobes are always something for you to wear.
The brand is getting huge everyday, sold in more than 4,000 wholesale shops and is present in 23 markets. ONLY is a part of the worldwide fashion company Bestseller. It’s also part of DefShop women collection, one of my favorite T-Shirts online store when it comes to streetwear, skate- and fashion highlights.
T-world present NEXT, a dedicated to the past, present and future of the T-shirt industry.
Starting from November 4 to December 11 — Outpost Project was happened in in Sydney’s Cockatoo Island, to showcase of world’s best street art. Within the cavernous steel confines of the Heavy Machine Shop lies NEXT, a vibrant display of the planet’s most comprehensive collection of graphic T-shirts.
1,000+ T-shirts on display
150+ T-shirt artists, designers and labels
40+ exclusive portrait photographs by Nicole Reed
15+ T-shirts of the future from high profile local and international artists and designers
As I watch the Curb Your Enthusiasm last month’s episode, I started to think that it is important to recognize these micro social maneuvers. In the episode, Larry David describes the Chat & Cut as,
feigning familiarity with someone [you] vaguely know for the sole purpose of cutting in line.
Whether you are seeking entrance into an small buffet lunch or at your friends reception wedding, the Chat & Cut means you can end up in the front of the line while potentially forging a new friendship — if you don’t get busted.
When it comes to quality and awesomeoness, I’m not really the big fan of on-demand customized (or personalized) T-shirt services like Zazzle, Spreadshirt or CafePress but I can’t really say I’m not going to purchase their stuff either.
In few cases, in the situation where simplicity instead quality is my priority, I’d be thankful that someone has invented this idea. And I think I don’t mind paying so much for a so-so tee shirt when I really need it to wear it in the next 2-3 day.
LUVD is clothing brand with passion. And its passion is not only flooding the earth with good looking tee shirts and other kinds of apparel but also to brings a very strong message of encouragement while offering a means to support worthwhile causes. It works hand-in-hand with community (Falling Whistles, Discover the Journey, Preemptive Love Coalition and Lifewater International) and consumers (you!) to realize its dream.
The thing I really like about Suki is a great deal of thoughts it put on design and the amounts of energy it spends to create cutting edge fashion, especially with its first summer line of limited edition men’s T-shirts (courtesy of Ben Palhov). I’d love to see Suki moving forward as it’s seeking growth in the indie fashion field. Some words from Suki about its mission
The first thing you see when you walk by a stranger is the outside of that stranger – their face and their clothing. The way that stranger dresses is the way that stranger would like to be portrayed to the world. Our mission is to create a line perfect for people wanting to express their individuality through dress.
I really cannot wait to 29 of June where the first documentary on t-shirts: “T-Shirt Stories” will be launched! This documentary will be broadcasted on Canal + the 29th of June while the the DVD will be released around july 10th. at Colette in Paris, or on their website : http://www.colette.fr/
Good luck, Julien Potart! I hope everything will be… SUPERAWESOME
Here it goes the preview: