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Wrongwroks open a new store in Taipei

by Andy on September 30, 2012

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Sure, I’ll most likely never actually visit this store, but it doesn’t stop me thinking that it’s cool Wrongwroks have opened up a shop in Taipei.

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I’m pretty sure I posted a teaser image of this about a month ago, but details and a fun video have now emerged to announce the opening of the Johnny Cupcakes store in Martha’s Vineyeard in Massachusetts this weekend. In typical JC fashion things aren’t quite normal, as there will be a treasure hunt at 11am before the shop officially opens at 2pm. I know it’s a fairly long shot, but if any HYA reader heads down for the opening it would be great if you’d like to submit a few pics and tell us about the experience.

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centre dallas t-shirt shop

In Dallas, Texas USA there is one shop t-shirt aficionados can always count on, and that’s the boutique Centre. Centre is clean and crisp, displaying some of the best premium street wear in today’s market. The store is beautifully designed, the products are detailed and worth the price, and there’s even a vinyl toy store, ATAMA, upstairs.


Centre supports big name brands like Play Cloths and Diamond Supply Co., but they also support independent North Texas brands like Sleepy Dan, Fur Face Boy, and Unkommon Kolor. Another thing Centre does is produce its own apparel under the Centre brand title. Their recent Triple D Tigers collection was impressive. Last weekend, Centre also released the Two One Four tees and tank tops just in time for spring.



The Two One Four series is inspired by Nike and Andre Agassi. Agassi is a retired American professional tennis player and one of the greatest to have ever played. The color choices and graphic application for the Two One Four pieces are a beautiful, simple homage to the bright neons in the Nike Air Tech Challenge shoe series. Agassi sported the Nike’s back in the 1990s.


This photo is taken from the Centre blog. Their marketing for the Two One Four release further compliments the product.

If you can’t stop by Centre’s brick and mortar store these styles are available for purchase until sold out, or you can also buy one in their online shop, here.



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homer simpson t-shirt


To be honest, I don’t like this Homer tee from Atslopes, I don’t feel as if they do enough with it to make it enough of an homage or parody of The Simpsons, it’s just his face with the yellow of the head removed. Still, since it’s Simpsons related I’m sure it will be a winner for them. Am I being harsh? If so tell me in the comments.

However, I am quite excited that they have opened up a pop-up shop in New York, at 220 Bowery Street in NYC. No word on how long the shop will be open so get down there if you have the chance, tell them Andy sent you, or maybe not since they might not like me after I just made my feelings for the Homer tee pretty clear. One day I’d love open a HYA shop selling some of the great shirts that I feature on the blog, that is a real dream of mine, but I can’t see it happening for a few years at least.

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20% off sale at The Hundreds

by Andy on July 10, 2009

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Obviously, this sale started yesterday, but things were a little busy then, so it had to wait until today, I hope no one bought anything from them yesterday otherwise I’m probably going to feel a little guilty.

The Hundreds [via pcash]

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