I had no idea who Ashley Vee was until I saw these tees, I didn’t really know about the culture that surrounded models from the import car tuning scene. She’s hot though, so I’m not complaining that she’s in these promo photos for the latest release from Import Bible, the import car obsessed t-shirt company.
With me not being part of the import scene some of the references in the designs are lost on me, but I do recognise that the shirts look really good, and if a guy like me that’s not too bothered about bhp and drifting around corners wants to wear them that can only be a good sign.
Check out the whole collection here.
Import Bible Summer Collection 2013 feat. Ashley Vee from Import Bible on Vimeo.
I’m really late posting this weeks designs from Sevenly, but you’ve still got a few days to pick something up, and this week $7 from each item will be going to Lettercase, a charity that helps provide information to support to parents who are expecting a baby with Down Syndrome. The other big news at Sevenly is that the guy with a long, flowing mane of hair (which I think is just tied back in the shot above) has shaved off his magnificent mustache!
I wish that I had cool friends and a rooftop to use for a photoshoot. Really cool lookbook images and video, the tees ain’t half bad either. Tees are £24/25 each, the vest is £20, and they’re all available now.
Ourkid Summer 2013 Part One from ourkidapparel on Vimeo.
Nice little release from Forever Gold, they’re going to be releasing more over the Summer so expect a few more posts over the next couple of months. I’m not a tank top wearer, but I do like the contrast of that patterned pocket. You can pick up the tee for $22, and the tank top is yours for $20.
Forever Gold Clothing Summer 2013 from Forever Gold Clothing on Vimeo.
It’s been a while since we took at a look at the horror-based brand Akumu Ink, so it’s good to see them back on HYA with some new designs. These ones seem to be a little bit softer than previous styles, sure, there’s still blood and a chainsaw in there, but it seems to be a bit cuter somehow. Still cool though, I’m really digging the skull shirt/tank.
Tees and tanks are $25.99 and available in men’s and women’s cuts (not all are available as both a tank and tee), but since you guys are super special you can get 10% off with the coupon code HYA10.
And that, ladies and gentleman, is a title worthy of a very local newspaper, clearly I’ve missed my calling!
This week at Sevenly they are supporting the charity 4PAWS For Ability, an orangisation that provides service dogs for children that suffer from seizures. I was unsure what the connection was, but apparently the dogs are really good at detecting when a child is having a seizure (which apparently isn’t always obvious to a parent) and the dogs are also a great comfort to the kids which helps reduce the frequency and severity of seizures. Sounds like a very worthy cause to me, and has resulted in some lovely designs. Cool to see them complimenting the usual range of tees and tank tops with that classy dog leash and even a dog-sized hoodie, even if I do roll my eyes when I see a dog dressed in anything.
As usual $7 from each sale goes directly to the charity and the designs are available in more styles than those shown above.
You’ve got about 8 hours to get in on the action on this deal to save $7 on each of the items you can see above at OMUNKY. They’re usually $25 a pop but for this special pre-order phase you can get them for just $18 each.
In the lookbook photos Fake Bonanza do only show their tank tops being worn by model Stephanie Sigler, but they do also offer the designs on t-shirts, so no need to worry about being left out if you’re like me and don’t wear tank tops.
Tees and tanks are a very reasonable $20 a piece and are available now.
Living Dreams has released Wave One of their “American Pack” out of the summer 2013 collection. The American Pack is limited edition and is only available through their online store. With Memorial Day weekend and the Fourth of July coming up, the tees are all bright and patriotic. Check them and other Living Dreams apparel out at Living Dreams’ website, www.livingdreamsclothing.com.
Andy: I can’t be the only person that looked at this design and first thought of the Cuban flag rather than the good ole’ Stars & Stripes, can I?
As usual, pretty much everything in this latest Glamour Kills collection looks good and is wearable, but wouldn’t all make sense in a cold and wet place like where I live. Still, for those few days of Summer that we get in Cumbria each year I would look pretty cool.
I can’t lie, these designs from Nerdiology don’t appeal to me on a personal level, the brand themselves say they intend to appeal to “Skaters, Dancers and Fashion Nerds” and I’m not really any of those things. However, I can appreciate that other people would like them and that the duck shirt would look cool as part of an outfit.
This is a funny post for me to write, because I want to like them, but it’s stuff like this that makes me realise I’m not 18 anymore, thoughts?
I’m sure that a lot of you will have heard of TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors), a charity that helps the families of people that have lost someone who was serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. There’s almost a danger of t-shirt designs around this subject being too patriotic, but Sevenly have managed to create designs that can appeal across national lines since I’d wear these even though I’m not American.
I’m a comedy writer, actor and filmmaker here in Los Angeles and I host all my work at JohnnyBiceps.com.. There’s 20+ original shorts, short films and sketches.
A couple years ago I put the name (JohnnyBiceps) on t-shirts to promote my blog, and people were asking where they could get the shirt because they thought the name was funny/catchy. Current date, JohnnyBiceps has become a comedy lifestyle brand (maybe the first?) – for those who have a sense of humor, but don’t want or need a loud graphic or funny saying on their shirt to “prove” it.
A lot of new clothing items (hats, polos..) and other branded merch is in the works.
Andy: Since I have no familiarity with the brand, this shirt/design doesn’t appeal to me, it doesn’t have enough stand alone value for me to think that it’s funny or interesting since it’s just a text tee. There’s nothing wrong with that, but I feel that there needs to be other designs for this to branch out beyond the fans of the comedy side of things to new people, which is what I’d presume Jon is trying to do since he’s submitting to a site like HYA.