I’ve got a thing for indie brands.
Recently, I got a special delivery from one that’s new to the style scene: Fashion Royaltee. Simply put, it’s a line of T-shirts paying homage to the who’s who in fashion. Think: Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld and other highnesses of the industry.
Kenneth Cole is a genius.
The designer, known for his socially conscious advertising, is zooming in on the Gulf oil spill this time around.
His newly launched T-shirts with snappy quips about the disaster will be sold via Facebook. 100% of net profits during the month of July will be donated to AWEARNESS, The Kenneth Cole Foundation. The funds will support the cleanup in the Gulf.
If you think the T-shirts are as cute as we do, get yours here!
Now how cute is this?!
American Apparel and Sesame Street have teamed up to bring us a limited edition run of classic t-shirts.
This comes with Sesame Street’s celebration of its 40th anniversary this year.
The new line features a handful of Jim Henson’s most compelling characters printed as their original line drawings on American Apparel garments.
The line is set for release this month. It will be sold in American Apparel stores worldwide and online (http://www.americanapparelstore.com/).
I’m learning about so many free-stuff opportunities today, it’s crazy!
Here’s another one!
You could win a prize that includes
- 15 t-shirts
- A hoody
- $150 cash
- $50 Threadless gift certificate
The catch? You must be a “T-shirt maniac.”
Get more info at T-ShirtMagazine.com.
Tera Patrick, popular adult film star, is launching a line of…T-shirts.
Her new project kicks off with t-shirt label PJE Los Angeles.
“Not only is Tera insanely sexy, she’s a true class act with a following far beyond the adult world,” said Peter Epstein, president of PJE Los Angeles.
“We’re excited to be working with her and know her fans and the public at large are going to flip out for these new, fun and timely designs.”
Celebs like Danity Kane, Lauren Conrad, Kim Kardashian and Perez Hilton have been rocking Tera’s tees.
Buy them here.
You may be familiar with the BET series, “We Got to Do Better,” starring Charlie Murphy.
Or maybe you’ve visited the popular website http://www.hotghettomess.com.
Now Jam Donaldson, creator of the TV show and web site, is creating another indulgence for Hot Ghetto Mess lovers…
The Washington, DC based Donaldson has taken some of the most commonly misused phrases and fused them with fresh graphic design to create the tees, which target the high-end, hip-hop-loving market.
The shirts feature tongue-in-cheek slogans like
“Conversate is not a word”
“It Isn’t Ironical”
“I, Myself isn’t necessary”
“My clothes make a statement literally and figuratively, translating the message of ‘We Got to Do Better’ in a creative way that I’m proud of. I’m showing that the quest to do better isn’t limited to classrooms, it can be incorporated in all aspects of life. Plus they’re just hot,” says Donaldson. The men’s and women’s T-shirts are 100% soft cotton and printed with a water-based ink for a soft feel, that’s also easy on Mother Earth.
Already popular in the US and in the UK, the clever designs are available exclusively online at http://www.jamdonaldsondesigns.com.
On the heels of the recently released “Exclusive: The Forever Edition,” R&B sensation Chris Brown is extending “exclusive” offers to his fans around the globe.
The multi-platinum recording artist announced an online merchandise deal with Zazzle, www.Zazzle.com.
Check out Chris’“Exclusive” store at www.zazzle.com/chrisbrown.
The Chris Brown Exclusive Store offers over 350 styles of apparel, hats and bags.