We’ve all seen couples match each other by just wearing clothes with the same colors and designs, often times looking boring and not really creative.. A couple on Kickstarter is trying to change the way couples “match” each other, with t-shirts that make sense when the pair is worn next to each other.
The designs are about love, sometimes abstract and sometimes not, but they all play on the simple concept that they have to be worn together for the meaning to be truly understood.
See the Kickstarter project here: Kickstarter.com
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RHUDE is a Los Angeles based menswear brand, specialised in high fashion streetwear. The fashion-forward menswear brand emphasizes modern design and simplicity. Their previous Fall/Winter 2013 release features minimalistic design and a journey through functions, textures and geometry. A major factor for the quick rise of the brand was the big support by Ian Connor, the self entitled “King of the Youth”.
The galaxy print is from a photo taken by NASA of an actual galaxy – very cool!
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Marcelo Burlon just dropped his highly anticipated Winter 2013 collection of County of Milan. The collection features an all new azure snake print, a Tel Aviv print, a print showing Lea T. and the already iconic black wing print. We especially love the “Wings” T-Shirts, because they seriously took the whole print game to a whole new level.
Screen printed one colour print on white Gildan Softstyle tees, VERY limited run, available in small, medium & large.
Take ‘em down with one hit. The Knock Out Top is a bit looser fitting than the Combat Top, giving you awesome freedom of movement so you can make sure each hit counts. We put ribs on ‘em so when peeps see you coming, they know you mean business. Do it once, do it right.
This top is designed to be worn over a crop or sports bra – the mesh is see-through and there is no built-in support.
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All eyes on TSATSAS a Frankfurt, Germany based label specialised in leather bags. TSATSAS means clarity and quality. With regard to design, the materials used, and the way they are treated. A particular approach to luxury is something immediately noticeable, something that can be felt straight away. These bags take time – to design, to manufacture and to develop. We especially like the Fluke bag, who combines elements of Celine and Marc Jacobs with a futuristic, minimalistic approach.