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Noway Apparel Summer 2013 Lookbook

by Andy on June 27, 2013

Really cool lookbook photography and some nice shirts from this Milan-based brand too.

Shirts are available now for €25-€30.

Noway Apparel


Sympathy for the Unusual

by Matt on September 14, 2012

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Really digging this Italian brand and their new look book photos. All nature themed designs of animals we’ve all seen on shirts before, but all done in a unique and original way. I especially like “Elephant” which is a great use of the entire t-shirt as a canvas.

They currently have 5 designs available at for €25 each.


purple lollypop t-shirt

I like the style of this tee from Italian brand Jllusion Factory, it’s quite simple but the colour palette works really well and it’s wearable, which is all I should really look for when it comes to tees.

Costiness=30.25€ Buy it at Jllusion Factory


Fly&I Threads – cool t-shirts from Italy

by Andy on January 3, 2012

fly&I threads

Florence, Italy based brand Fly&I Threads got in touch to ask me to take a look at their freshly re-designed site, and their tee designs. I checked ‘em both out and I like what I see, eight very wearable t-shirts. The 30€ price tag feels a little high on the face of it, but with the shirts being 100% organic cotton it’s entirely possible that they could represent good value, it’s unfair for me to judge their pricing without actually testing the item.


Suck! Clothing Winter 2011 Collection

by Andy on December 11, 2011

suck! clothing winter line Italy’s Suck! Clothing have been around since 2005, so they know what they’re doing when it comes to releasing a collection, and it shows in the quality and consistency of this Winter line, I’d wear just about all of it (take a guess which tee I wouldn’t wear, and why).

With it being a winter line it’s hardly surprising to find that quite a lot of hoodies have been added to their range, as well as a couple of bobble hats (very ‘in’ this year, or so my girlfriend tells me), and of course there’s a few tees too, because even though we’re all layering up against the cold, something has to be the first layer, right?


suck! clothing hoodie

Suck! Clothing sent over an e-mail with a few previews of their next collection which will be available at their stockists some time this month, and then available online in December. Every picture they included was of a hoodie, there are going to be tees in the collection too, but it makes a lot of sense that they’d be pushing hoodies at this time of year, in fact the more I think about it the more surprising it is that people don’t do full releases that include no tees at this time of year when it’s getting chilly outside.


Cosmos, that is the (non) place of abstraction, suggestion, elevation.
The space fascinates, stars can frighten (cit. Pink Floyd), the galaxies offer an horizon of harmony in wich the mind can break free from all the tight constrains of the reason, and she can fly, pure and undisturbed.
BORO is an underground indie brand form Southern Italy.
It all began with a dj, Antonio “BORO” Diaconale, who was trying to synthetize in a single language, the ocean of sensations in wich we are immersed: music & art, dance & trade, past centuries and future mysteries, cohabitation of cultures and mondi lontanissimi (ref. Franco Battiato).
This is BORO spring/summer 2011 collection, the Space Series.

[Andy: Cool shirts, thanks for the submission!]

This post was submitted by Vincenzo Argenziano.


Valentine’s day is coming and Wasabi wants to celebrate the occasion!
From 27.01 to 07.02.2011 save shipping costs! on orders above €30 Voucher Code: EUCUPIDSHIP

[Andy: Thanks for the submission!]

This post was submitted by Diego De Conca.


Napoli T-shirt by LVL Clothing

by Andy on June 13, 2010

napoli naples white t-shirt by LVL Clothing

Costiness=€29 Buy it at LVL Clothing [via Buy Tees]


Amanon by FeelDude

by Andy on October 2, 2009

Available from FeelDude


Italy is for Lovers by No Star Clothing

by Andy on August 21, 2009

Italy is for Lovers T-Shirt

Costiness=$24 Available from No Star Clothing [via Rumplo]

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Yeti by Suck! Clothing

by Andy on July 25, 2009


This design is a bit frustrating, I really like the style of the Yeti, but why have they cut off the top of the Yeti’s head with the V-neck? It’s detracting from the design for no real reason. If they wanted the print to be that big they should have gone with a regular round neck, or made the design slightly smaller to accommodate the v-neck.

Costiness=€20 Available from Suck! Clothing


Sympathy for the Unusual

by Andy on July 8, 2009


When you think of Italian fashion you don’t really think of t-shirts, they just seem a bit ‘below’ the standard of stereotypical Italians, but you know what? I’ve been to Italy and they wear t-shirts too, so how come I hardly ever hear about Italian t-shirt companies?

I’m struggling to find a design in their store that really offends my senses, so they must be doing something right. The only thing I can really take issue with is the price, €40 for a tee is not an inconsiderable amount, but fortunately I can help you with that situation. If you use the coupon code POLKADOT you’ll get 33% off your order, which makes the shirts rather more attractive in my eyes.

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Say ciao to Le Raclet

by Andy on April 15, 2009


You know what’s cool about being in America, you guys speak English. Well, let me clarify, you try and speak English, and do a pretty good job, well done, but you do seem to get quite a lot of things wrong, I’m just going to ignore actual history and presume that you’re doing this on purpose just to annoy us Brits so that our monocles into monocles fall into our teacups in shock when one of you try and say ‘parmesan’, and that deep down you do know how to pronounce words properly. But, after that unfortunate digression (since most of you readers are American), Americans almost speaking English is cool because it means that I can actually get my point across in any situation, unlike when I go to France and seem to spend most of my conversations being stared at like a moron because I’m using the wrong tense or accidentally called a male object female. Also, Americans think I have a posh accent, which is pretty funny because my voice may be many things, but posh it ain’t.

Anyway, Le Raclet are a screen printing studio (they have some really cool prints you should check out) based in Milan that have just released a new line of tees that are rather fetching if you like that kind of thing.

Le Raclet


Tokidoki Capsule Store in NYC

by Andy on March 15, 2009


Gee, guess who went to NYC, and Spring Street, 3 days before tokidoki opened the new store? Me, obviously. Well, I’ll try and make it there next time, and it’s not like there was a lack of cool stores in Soho for me to wander around. Looks like a cool store, and if you take a look at the gallery then I’m pretty sure that you’ll join me in deciding you need one of their skateboard decks in your life. Find the store at 176 Spring Street.

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