BLACKMANUFACTURING just dropped some new pieces for summer this year. The collection features 5 new tees, most of which feature camo accents. Also included is two new lightweight parkas in a couple different color options. Head over to their webstore now to purchase.
If you’re in need of some clothing featuring the iconic “Red, White, & Blue” colorway, Entree Lifestyle has got you covered with their latest collection. This capsule collection features patriotic prints on t-shirts, tank tops, hats, and more. Head over to their online shop to browse the entire collection.
Generalizing an entire group of people is always something that should be avoided, but these were just too funny to not share. There’s this tumblr page “Rap Shirts for White People” that offers a pretty large selection of t-shirts with altered rap lyrics that are little less vulgar. Head here to order your favorite.
Clothing company, E THE REAL, just released a limited edition capsule collection with photographer Connor Hays. The collection features a t-shirt and hoody that are dedicated to the great astronauts and aerospace engineers who set new boundaries for humanity, and proved the sky is not the limit. Purchase your favorite piece here.
It’s always refreshing to come across a new apparel and accessories company that puts an emphasis on art first. DROME NYC is one of those rare gems — featuring work from the Brooklyn-based artist, Technodrome1. DROME NYC offers unique framed prints, t-shirts, iPhone cases, skate decks, and more. Check out more and buy stuff at dromenyc.com.
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen anything new from Imaginary Foundation. The progressive t-shirt company just released their new “Sublimation” line of t-shirts. The all-over print tees feature colorful and crazy graphics that Imaginary Foundation is known for. These t-shirts may be too loud for some of our viewers but if you think you got what it takes to rock one you can purchase them here.
Entree Lifestyle presents the Misunderstood Riot Tee collaboration with Dawn Richard of Danity Kane, as a tribute to Trayvon Martin and the youth of today. On February 26th, 2012, an innocent life of a 17-year-old high school student was taken by an act of gun violence.