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Regan Smith Clarke’s shirts are awesome

by Chris_S on June 28, 2012

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It’s been a busy few days here at HYA – which is why though Regan Smith Clarke’s summer collection has been around for a little while, we’re only getting to it now. But what a doozy it is: well worth the wait. Regan designs shirts with a vintage art twist, with eye-popping designs which seem to have leapt from a 1940s newspaper comic strip. Coincidentally, that’s exactly the sort of thing that I love, so I’m craving these shirts very badly.

Trailblazer (above, $25) is a shirt which looks like it could well be at home on a wartime propaganda poster for kids, and would undoubtedly draw some looks for its big design and bright colours. Personally, it’s my favourite of the bunch.

But then you’ve got Lone Wolf ($25) – which comes in black and yellow – that manages to take the weird anthropomorphic animal thing that you see in all cartoons (Peppa Pig, Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny say hi) and create a new character. As you might tell from the two shirt names, Regan Smith Clarke’s all about giving the wearers of his t-shirts an identity and an ego boost.

Keeping the wartime propaganda look (and almost making me willing to buy a three-quarter length baseball tee) is the Stand and Deliver 3/4 length ($28). I personally think that wearing 3/4 length clothing on your top half is almost as dangerous as wearing 3/4 length shorts (it runs the risk of making you look like a baby) but the design on this is so beautiful that I’m almost willing to overlook it. Almost. Regan, if you’re reading this: put it on a normal tee. I’ll buy it in an instant.

Costliness = $25-28


Two new designs from Regan Smith Clarke

by Andy on January 10, 2012

regan smith clarke t-shirts

Would be great to see these two designs in reality as they’re currently mockups, but I trust Regan’s design skills enough to know that these will be rather nice tees if you ordered one. Anyone care to hazard a guess which of the two is my favourite?

Both tees are $25 each and available now from Regan Smith Clarke.


“Landmark” by Regan Smith Clarke

by Andy on March 23, 2011

boston celtics t-shirt

Apparently, this design is based upon a closed-down steak restaurant that used to be in the Boston Celtics stadium called Scotch n’ Sirloin. Talk about a shirt for locals!

Well, perhaps not just for locals, I like the design and I don’t care about the Celtics (76ers all the way, obviously), so perhaps it’s appeal is broader than the subject matter would suggest.

Costiness=$25 Buy it at Regan Smith Clarke


25% off at Regan Smith Clarke today

by Andy on November 26, 2010

regan smith clarke black friday

Sale on store-wide, and every order at Regan Smith Clarke will receive that rather lovely looking poster free of charge. No coupon needed, discounts are already applied.


Regan Smith Clarke: Fall 2010 out now!

by Andy on October 12, 2010

regan smith clarke

I know it’s only his sophomore release, but after coming out of the blocks so strongly with his first line, I can’t have been alone in expecting a lot from Regan this time around. I blame myself, but I don’t think he’s quite matched up with my expectations. There’s four new designs and I really like two of them (the one pictured, and ‘old inventions‘), and I don’t hate the other two, but they just aren’t pushing my buttons quite so much (though they are pretty wearable judging by the lookbook). I don’t want this to feel like a downer of a post, it is a solid release that Regan should be proud of, it’s hard to build a brand based on your own name and he seems to be doing it (though I’m sure it helps that he has a cool name). Click on through to see what the hell I’m talking about if the above image has whet your appetite enough.


the quiet life sale

Sale on at The Quiet Life: It’s a clearout to make room for their Spring Line, “sale includes: tshirts / hoodies / sweaters / hats / bags & more.”

10% off everything at Regan Smith Clarke from now until 12pm (Eastern) on April 19th. Over the weekend Regan will be doing other offers on Twitter which could give you up to 50% off his YASLY designed tees.

Dadawan, who appear to have dropped that whole Nukod thing, are 6 years old, and celebrating by giving you 20% off anything on their site with the coupon code DADA20. As if 20% off wasn’t good enough, there’s also free shipping all over the world.

Free posting at Rakes & Strays and EIO Clothing until April 21st. Offer open to UK orders only, sorry international peeps.

I’ve never heard of Sutsu before, but their sale has 40% off so that can’t be a bad thing. It is an Easter sale and I personally am almost out of chocolate eggs so who know how long this will last. [via TeeHunter]

If you want horror, Havok‘s got horror. They’ve also got a 70% off couple code, TAX, making their shirts $6, which is just ridiculous.

A guy I know has made a forum for tee fans that went literally went live about 20 minutes ago. As such, Tee Banter has very little content, threads or members, pop over, register and says something so that Simeon doesn’t feel lonely.

I know I already mentioned it, but Randr‘s Spring Sale is still going on, use the coupon code cleaners for an additional 10% off.

And lastly for this ridiculous roundup, get 10% off your order at Vicious History (who I’ve really been meaning to mention) with the coupon code


Bodega by YASLY for Regan Smith Clarke

by Andy on March 17, 2010

YASLY t-shirt for Regan Smith Clarke

I reaaaaally like this tee, the colourway is awesome, but then again I would say that (hint: look at my logo), and the whole thing is wonderfully retro without makes it too kitsch. The design is by Danny Jones aka YASLY, who is always good value for a quality tee design. Danny is actually responsible for all the designs that are currently available from new brand Regan Smith Clarke, so if you like YASLY, you’ll probably will like RSC.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Regan Smith Clarke

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