From the monthly archives:

April 2013


Use the coupon code #DBHplus21 (yes, including the hash symbol) to get 21% off at DBH until May 7th, pretty nice discount.

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Monochrome Car Tees [Submitted]

by Andy on April 30, 2013



Who says you can’t be a car fan and still keep up with fashion trends?! Monochrome is all the rage this year and this new Yeomans Car Art range will make sure you look great this summer, whether showing off your pride and joy at a show, or just out for a cruise.

Exclusive to www.yeomanscarart.co.ukthese are available for a limited time only.

Andy: These don’t really appeal to me, but I can imagine ‘car people’ liking them.

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Usually when I saw “haha, I don’t know anything about hip hop” I’m playing it up a bit, but in this case I have literally never heard of EPMD in my life, so this one is completely lost on me, but perhaps I can regain a couple of cool points by knowing that Slick Rick is a… person?

Tees available at My Main Man Pat this week only for C$20 and that includes free shipping worldwide.

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It’s Twofury at TeeFury.


Shirt.Woot have a joke that I’m surprised I haven’t seen before.


This is exceptionally average at RIPT.


This is going to sound weird, but is that Angelina Jolie in the design at DBH?
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What’s new at laFraise this week?

by Andy on April 30, 2013





My favourite designs this week at laFraise are the ninja and the lightbulb, but the other two aren’t poor by any means.

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They say that this sale will last “a few days” so you’d better take advantage sooner rather than later.

Sneaky Studios

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FOUREYE Designs have a bit of a treat for us, not only are they giving HYA readers 10% off their order, they’re also going to include a logo t-shirt in your order absolutely free, pretty neat, huh?

This is a special promo when you consider that they don’t even sell logo shirts, so you’ll be getting something money can’t buy. Their shirts are printed on American Apparel blanks and they hand print and sew every item in-house with environmentally friendly inks, it’s nice to see that they cover as much of the production as they can.

That all important coupon code is FOURHYALOVE and it will be good for the first 50 uses.

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It’s quite a small collection from Black Thunder, but at least they’ve managed a bit of variety by releasing a tee, a polo shirt and a custom snapback. Getting down to brass tacks (what does that actually mean?) you’re looking at €28 for the hat, €22 for the polo (available in male and female cuts), and a very reasonable €15 for the tee.

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Not bad at TeeFury.


‘Rebel’ is cute at Shirt.Woot.


It doesn’t matter what you do, I’m still not going to like cereal designs, RIPT.


Ahhh, it’s one of those wearable designs that mean nothing at DBH.
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We will be starting our Pre- Orders on May 1, 2013 and all orders will ship out on May 10, 2013. Price is 15.00 plus shipping. There will only be a total of 25 prints.

I don’t really understand why they’re limiting it to 25 pieces and having a pre-order phase for this shirt, that seems a bit unusual, I know that people like to keep things exclusive, but if there was demand for more why not open it up to everyone in the pre-order and then get the 25 extra when you do the print run?

Still, it’s a pretty cool design that’s taken some inspiration from Steamboat Willie, it’s kind of amazing how a carton that’s 85 years old still has an influence on modern design.

Costiness=$15 Order it at Mad Bombs

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A couple of cool new tees from Phenum

by Andy on April 28, 2013



Sure, I don’t understand them, but that doesn’t stop me wanting to wear them.

They’re limited to 50 pieces each and are €30 at Phenum now.

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Really nice selection of designs at BustedTees this week.

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Pretty cool new collection from District roots, a brand who like to keep it local and with them being based in Manchester it’s nice for me to be able to post about someone that isn’t hundreds of miles away from me.

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I was going through the lookbook for the third season of releases from LUVD and just when I expected it to end a new item popped up, which has resulted in the massive gallery you can see below, and I haven’t even included all the images!

It is a wonderful release from LUVD, my standard yardstick of whether I like a collection is whether I would wear it, and in this case I can say yes, I would wear absolutely every item. The standout piece for me is the ‘Forgive’ t-shirt, I like the typework on it, but they’ve done a good job with the logo items as well. Great lookbook photography really helps to bring it all alive too. Tee are $24/26, and hoodies will set you back $45.

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There’s some really nice camera work in the latest lookbook from Street Casuals, showing off items from “staple brands [including] Carhartt, Penfield, Rascals & Libertine Libertine whilst merging in with new brands Grand Scheme, Only, Bohnam, Elvine, Asics & Veras.”

Oh, and how did I miss them opening a physical shop?

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Rawvault SS13 Lookbook and Video

by Andy on April 27, 2013




SS13 Lookbook Video from Rawvault on Vimeo.

I like lookbook videos, especially when they come from brands that I haven’t heard of before, it’s a really good visual introduction and helps give a good feeling for what the brand are about. However, in this case it also brought up a fairly large error from the outset which distracted me for the rest of the video. Just after the title splash we can see the front of one of their new hats (best view at 10 seconds), with Rawvault in large text and the phrase “Get What Your Given” embroidered on it. Unfortunately, I haven’t made the typo in that phrase, they have, as if should be “Get What You’re Given.” As the range is not yet on sale on their site (though lots of other cool stuff is from their own brand and others, nice to see The Quiet Life in there) hopefully that means it’s samples in the lookbook and they can have the correct spelling on the full run because I wouldn’t buy something if I knew there was an error on it as Iwouldn’t want to wear something that would lead to know-it-alls like myself correcting the spelling on my clothing. Or maybe it’s meant to be spelled wrong, that seems like something that cool brands might do.

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