www.honcho-sfx.com is renown for awesome Star Wars bags, accessories and t-shirts, even selling tees for Sci-Fi fans as young as 6 months! But never before have we had a combo like this, a Boba Fett design on a Basketball jersey? Who would have imagined it would look so great and be so popular!
Boba Fett has a huge cult following amongst Star Wars fans young and old which could explain the popularity we have experienced with this jersey. The jersey shows the classic Boba Fett colourings and a huge appliqué Mandalorian symbol on the front leaving no room for mistaking this jersey to be anything other than Star Wars related. Fett fans can enjoy his name on the back of their shirts and the number 83 relating to the year the legendary Return of the Jedi was released.
This jersey really is one for die hard Star Wars fans who are looking for something a little different and giving them an awesome reason to be noticed! This Jersey comes in at only £29.99 with free UK delivery on all orders! May the Force be with you…
Andy: Considering just how many Star Wars based items of clothing there are out in the wild it’s pretty amazing that this hasn’t been done before, but this is certainly the first time I’ve seen it. It would be cool if they produced more using different characters.
New York based company, Martin de Tours Clothier introduces the launch of its 2014 KickStarter campaign to raise at least $20,00 to prepare and launch our 2014 spring / summer collection and service offerings. On there first day they reached 10,000 making them one of the hottest projects on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. The funds will also be used to purchase fabric, design resources, and allow the brand to continue its amazing service.
Operating since Fall 2013, Martin de Tours Clothier is an emerging brand that combines the distinct facets of sartorial advice, quality clothing, niche technology and low costs to benefit a large and growing population of men. Through its network of Style Valets, Martin de Tours deploys experienced consultants (“Style Valets”) to measure, select and design the best garments for their clients. This very experience has been reviewed by one of Esquire’s own with very high regard.
After experiencing the success of serving a client base that spans from New York to Australia, Martin de Tours Clothier is now seeking its next phase of growth through KickStarter. In an effort to raise at least $20,000, Martin de Tours Clothier will offer product and service rewards that range from hand written letters to complete makeover packages that include up to ten of its finest suits.
You can see the page with this link.
Andy: This is clearly far too classy for me, but it is a really cool idea, and since they’re already well over their Kickstarter funding goal (they’re on $27,000 as I type this) you know you can place a pledge without having to worry about whether you’re going to see this one be successful. It does mean you’ve got to wait about 6 weeks until anything happens though, unfortunately.
Valentine’s Day 2014 Look-book is up: http://babesngents.com/pages/valentine-s-day-2014_look-book
Shop the collection here (10$ – 20$) : http://babesngents.com/collections/love-birds
Andy: Cool lookbook, thanks for the submission!
My Main Man Pat are feeling the cold so they have added crew necks ($40) and hoodies ($50) to their lineup to go with the usual tees, good to see their range expanding.
Guy Vernes, a Dutch Indie brand, is offering 50% off on their whole collection @ TeeYourself.com Marketplace.
Andy: Thanks for the submission!
I came to know and value my heritage on a journey of discovery, failures, and great triumphs. Through Almaic I have captured those intimate details, wrapped in the lessons and intellect of my ancestors and culture. Almaic uses its Arabic history to promote values of peace, diversity and love. Almaic products are the highest quality and we produce garments that give each artist a sense of pride. There is no holding back at the Almaic printing studios. My approach to the graphic novel tee embraces our core qualities, and captures the essence of human truth and individuality. Almaic provides a complete circuit for every launch. Never shying away from controversy and creative responsibility, Almaic is a brand with standards. We all have been gifted by our ancestors and I seek to give back to the world through my creative talents.
All garments are American Apparel and Printed in my studio on Portland, Oregon.
Andy: Always good to see something new from Almaic.
This long sleeve jersey henley is super comfy. You can layer it or wear it alone. It features a custom embroidered LNL and a custom woven hem tag.
Take 15% off by enter code HYA at checkout, good through January, 25.
Andy: Simple but good, thanks for the coupon!
Very nice indeed with excellent lookbook photos.
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You’ll have to get your order in quick, but as far as ugly Christmas jumpers go I think that this might be my favourite of the year!
Costiness=$35 Buy it at Enclothe
Vision Concept is an apparel brand created with a vision and a dream.
The concept of Vision Concept is a study of personal identity and social interpretation, through graphic and typography designs. In Vision, skulls are seen as a figure of truth, the most natural form of the personal appearance. Essentially, every design was balanced with harmony and faith, in order to reflect the true identity within.
All Vision apparel items are made and customized in Boston, we are proud of our US based production, because quality and originality is essential to us.
Andy: Cool, wearable stuff, thanks for the submission!
I can’t remember the last time I wrote about a scarf, but these new patterned bandeau scarves at Mines Is Your Apparel look pretty cool, and they’ve got a lot more styles than the two above, so be sure to check them out if you worry about your neck getting cold this winter. Cool hoodie too!
The hoodie is $56, the scarves $38, and it’s $20 for a tote.
Varsity jackets seem to be quite a big thing at the moment, not for me, I think this trend will pass me by and I’m okay with it, I just think I’d look a bit odd in one.
Still, cooler people can get away with them and this jacket from MKNK seems to be a good example of the breed.
Costiness=$90 Buy it at MKNK
Labyrinth Clothing are trying something a bit different with this release, putting out one new item each week to it to get a bit more attention rather than getting lost amongst the crowd. Things are being kicked off with this rather appropriately-timed fall leaves long-sleeve tee. It’s available now for $26 and I’m looking forward to seeing what’s up next.
Hey Andrew! We’re releasing some crewneck sweaters/sweatshirts for the cold season. We’ve also made a cool video for it, be sure to check it out! Thanks so much for your time and concern.
Ichie Apparel is proud to announce its new line of sweaters. Made from
a cotton blend, these sweaters are as durable as they are soft. Our
crewneck sweaters are tightly woven to create a thick and warm sweater
that can survive the Canadian winter. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
For more information visit:
Andy: Thanks for the submission!
Here’s something that I didn’t expect, Vespertine Machine, a brand that have been mentioned on HYA a lot, have changed their name to Raccoon Brand and seem to now sell clothing that only features raccoons. Is there anyone else that thinks this is quite a surprising change of direction for them?
The designs aren’t really to my personal taste, but there’s certainly nothing wrong with them. I’m genuinely interested to see where they take this since it does feel like such a departure from the previous iteration of the brand, can they really just keep making tees about Raccoons? Cats maybe, but Raccoons?