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To celebrate the much-needed Easter break, we’re launching our Mid-Season sale today. With up to 60% off many top brands including Nike, Stussy, Obey and adidas Originals, there’s a whole swathe of bargains for you to get your hands on! Be quick though as stock is limited, and once these lines are sold then they’re gone for good!

I think that I might be taking advantage of this sale at Urban Inudstry. Good to see that you can organise everything by what is available in your size too.

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urban industry valentines coupon code

As you can probably guess from the coupon code, I am a little bit late in posting this deal, but you’ve still for the best part of three days to take advantage of the offer and make further savings on already discounted products at Urban Industry. Oh, and there’s free next day delivery if you spend £80 or more.

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urban industry coupon code

The UKs biggest (right) streetwear site, Urban Industry, have released a coupon code (EXTRA10) which will give you an extra 10% off items in their winter sale from now until January 13th at midnight (this Sunday).

Extra 10% off all sale items with code EXTRA10

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Margin London at HideYourArms

by Margin London on December 17, 2012

Margin London at HideYourArms

Margin London has been kindly invited to contribute to HideYourArms. We’ll be posting some news about up-and-coming labels that will be exhibiting at Margin in February 2013, which takes place on the 10th & 11th, but firstly we think we should introduce ourselves.

Started back in 2002 as an affordable platform for new designers, Margin is the longest-running independent trade exhibition in London. The show presents designer women’s and men’s tailoring and accessories, as well as streetwear for men and women, to invited store buyers and press.

The humble tee has long been a starting point for numerous labels, and we’ve seen many an exhibitor start off with a t-shirt offering which has grown over the seasons to include a full range of clothing. Supremebeing, Lazy Oaf, Seventyseven, Dephect, YourEyesLie, and many others all started at Margin with tees before growing their stockist base and extending their range to include clothing, bags, jewellery (or jewelry for Americans!), and hats.

Margin has been providing a launchpad for brands to meet with key buyers and press for 10 years to date, and 2012 marked a decade of exhibitions.

Margin London Streetwear Fashion Tradeshow Exhibition 10 Year Book

To commemorate the occasion, a limited-edition 10 year book was printed for visitors to the show, but it’s also available to download as a PDF or as a super-interactive book for iPad. The iPad version features extensive galleries of previous seasons, as well as videos, and can be downloaded here.

Margin London Streetwear Fashion Tradeshow Exhibition 10 Year Book for iPad

Here’s the link to posts where HideYourArms mentions Margin including brand updates from when they last visited (well overdue for a revisit but Andy & the HideYourArms London correspondent are returning in February 2013!).

Margin is an intimate showroom exhibition in a white gallery space in the heart of Central London, and the only tradeshow in the UK where buyers and press can discover new & emerging design talent (most making their debut launch).  When we say “NEW”, we don’t just mean new to Margin, we mean brand-spanking, never-been-seen-before, new!

Margin London Streetwear Fashion Tradeshow Exhibition

Since the exhibitions first started back in 2002, Margin can lay claim to providing the successful trade launch-pad for many brands such as Chateau Roux, Your Eyes Lie, Supremebeing, Dephect, Emily & Fin, Miyson, 1 in a 100, Missmilne, Worn By, Ashley Marc Hovelle, Humdrum, Worn Free, Sugarhill, King Apparel, Terratag, Lazy Oaf, Famous Forever, and Ruby Rocks, as well as the UK launching point of overseas brands including Silas, Upper Playground, Tank Theory, Eastpak Apparel, Loreak Mendian, Syndrome, Al & Alicia, Gama-Go, Mimobots, Double Goose, Stereo Sound Agency, Diamond Supply Co, Urban Originals, and Uzi amongst many others.

Margin London at HideYourArmsMargin has welcomed key stores to the exhibitions since first launching in 2002; from online players like ASOS, My-Wardrobe, and Urban Industry; multiples such as Ark, Joy, Beams, and Ships; department stores, such as Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Liberty, House of Fraser, Psyche, Fenwick, El Corte Ingles, Galleries Lafayette, & Engelhorn Trendhaus; as well as the key independents Margin is renowned for, including Colette, Hip, Sakis, Wood, Royal Cheese, Natterjacks, 290sqm, Coggles, Market, Atoo, My Yard, Donuts, Caliroots, and Get Cutie, to name a few.

Margin has welcomed numerous stylists and fashion editors from magazines including Vogue, Wad, Elle, Wallpaper, Arena, i-D, FHM, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Vice, DJ, Flux, WWD, Drapers, Sportswear International, and Sport & Street; as well as contributors from directional blogs such as BNTL, Coolhunting, Hypequest, Slamxhype, Hypebeast, and, of course, Hideyourarms.

Margin London Streetwear Fashion Tradeshow Exhibition

For more info about Margin, visit the website here, find us on Facebook or Twitter, and we’ll be back soon to post about some great new labels that will be exhibiting at Margin in February 2013.

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T-shirt News for March 15th

by Andy on March 15, 2012

blade runner t-shirt

Blade Runner shirt at TeeFury. It’s my favourite movie and I’m glad to see it get some attention.


Adorable D&D x apocalyptic asteroid x dinosaurs t-shirt at Shirt.Woot today.


Very nice Zelda shirt hits RIPT today.
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T-shirt news for March 14th

by Andy on March 14, 2012

sherlock holmes t-shirt

Fair to say that this Sherlock t-shirt at TeeFury is going to do quite well, they’ve already given it the pancakes symbol.


I can relate to that, right guys? Shirt.Woot.


I think that this might be one of my favourite parody t-shirts for a long time, good work RIPT.


Firefly continues to be popular with tee fans at Qwertee.


Very nice Star Wars t-shirt at Shirt Punch.


Nirvana’s Nevermind meets Friday the 13th in this shirt at Nowhere Bad.


This isn’t a split colour shirt of Pokemon characters at The Yetee, it’s a design available in red or blue, and every order comes with a ‘Yeteemon’ sticker.


OtherTees have a shirt of Lost quotes. I watched the first episode of Alcatraz last night, I liked it, and I liked the way the soundtrack was very similar to Lost.


Hey man, I think you’ve got something in your beard. Stupidhurts.us.


I haven’t seen the film “Blood in blood out – bound by honor” so I have no idea what this shirt at 24tee is about.


This latest shirt from DBH is fairly high on the badass scale.


Another oldie-but-goodie at Tilteed.


Made in the Now cover the story of bloodhounds being used in the Congo to help fight elephant poaching.


Monsieur Steve is offering 15€ off your order when you spend 75€ or more with the coupon code LOVE.


GhostWar Clothing are having a March Madness sale until March 16th with all tees $15 and tank tops/v-necks $20. [via IATT]


SS12 Obey has dropped at Urban Industry.


Girl wears t-shirt saying ‘all the cool girls are lesbians’ on it to school (which ,ay or may not be the astoundingly uncool shirt above), school thinks it might be a little inflammatory and asks her to cover it up, predictable storm of media attention follows.


Tee and Toast might think about cats a bit too much.


These vintage style camera necklaces are available in the Rigu store now.


Glamour Kills logo shirts are now available in a wider range of colours.


25% – 50% off select St. Patrick’s Day Merchandise. Go green with hoodies, tees, accessories and more! Offer ends March 17th.


Who would have thought that Walmart would have stocked this “trek yourself before you wreck yourself” t-shirt?
I’ve received word that this design is a rip of a Tshirt Bordello shirt that has been around for 18+ months.


New Rebel8 has hit Street Casuals.


Here’s a cute dog wearing a polo shirt.

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Cool pocket tees from Heft

by Andy on March 3, 2012

heft pocket t-shirts





The humble pocket tee doesn’t really get a lot of love nowadays, possibly because everyone has worked out that the pocket isn’t particularly functional on a cotton t-shirt, but I quite like the idea of reinventing the item with the pocket being made the centre of attention. Heft is a new brand (only launched on Thursday) from one of the guys who works at UK streetwear giant Urban Industry, but it’s important to note that the two aren’t really connected, though Sean (Heft’s founder) will be using the Urban Industry shipping system to ensure that postage costs are kept low and secure, so customers will get the benefits of their system with the feel good factor of buying from a guy with a dream of selling t-shirts with cool patterned pockets on them.

The tees are £24.99 each and available now at Heft.

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Daily T-shirt News Roundup for January 13th

by Andy on January 13, 2012

exorcist rolling stones t-shirt

This shirt at TeeFury is a mashup of The Exorcist and the Rolling Stones, which is pretty appropriate for Friday the 13th, it’s almost like they planned it!


I’m fairly sure that I’ve seen this Firefly shirt somewhere else before it docked at Qwertee.


Shirt.Woot have the kind of shirt I would put on a level with Three Wolf Moon, except with no ironic redemption.


RIPT are getting into the Hobbit spirit a little early.


TeeMinus24 must have been watching LOTR too.


This 24tee shirt doesn’t really work with my British mind.


One for the Star Wars fans at TeeRaiders.


An Ozzy Osbourne/Iron Man parody for you today at Shirt Punch.


Now that’s an angry bear at DBH (who I notice have made a few little tweaks to their homepage).


Loviu are doing mystery tees for 7€ from now until the end of the month. The text says “order 3 mystery tees only 7 euros each” but I think that three is the maximum for one transaction, not the minimum, as I was able to add one tee to the cart when I gave it at go.


BustedTees have got their Hunger Games t-shirt on sale for $11.99 instead of $20 for the rest of today.


Hey look, Tilteed, are selling ‘Expansion II’ again.


Details of Graniph‘s design award have been announced. Submissions open on February 1st, and the top prize is 500,000 yen, which is probably a lot of money.


Graniph are also having their winter sale at the moment, loads of goods marked down by as much as 50%.


Turista Clothing have a 35% off coupon code at the moment, HPY2012, that will be live until January 15th. They also have some new tees you many want to check out. [via TTG]


Kid Robot have a decent sale on, with 50% off all of last year’s designs.


The first of Obey’s Spring 2012 line has dropped at Urban Industry.


I think that only a mother could love these (recently restocked) barcode hoodies at Methods NYC, but the coupon code of BRICK getting you 25% off your order on anything in the store until tomorrow at midnight (EST, presumably) is a lot more tantalising.


Taken Clothing have got everything on sale for $20 until January 17th. I’m not sure how much things cost before the sale, but presumably it was more than $20.


Get 13% off your order at Trust No One with the coupon code UNLUCKYFORSOME until 9am tomorrow UK time.


Own the Night Clothing have a sale on until midnight UK time. [via TTG]


Complex list the 50 greatest pop culture reference in streetwear.


Tee Gazette have an interview with Twin SRPNT.


20% off everything at Sin Star Clothing with the coupon code 13 today only.


Oh No Berlin now have a brand store at A Better Tomorrow.


Dephect’s January sale is still going on with t-shirts as low as £9.99.


Antique Clothing also have a sale going on with item as low as £15. [via TTG]


HYA tri-blend tees in the HYA store are £13 for today only, a saving of £3, limited quantities available pick them up before they sell out.


There’s up to 35% off in the big sale at Human Empire.

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Daily Tees & News for December 20th

by Andy on December 20, 2011

night of the living dead t-shirt

This TeeFury shirt has everything, horror, a movie parody, 80s games, 8-bit, and lots of criticism in their comments about the head looking pasted on!


Not often you see an orange shirt, usually it only happens when Tilteed pull this design out of the closet.


This Shirt.Woot design is simple but I like it. I’ve never ordered anything from Shirt.Woot, what are their delivery times like? Any chance you’ll be able to wear this before Egg Nog season is over?
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Daily News & Tees for December 9th

by Andy on December 9, 2011

clockwork orange t-shirt

Apparently this Clockwork Orange t-shirt is referencing something that’s popular on YouTube I’ve never heard of, and judging from the comments on TeeFury today it’s not something I need to know about.


‘Infant Mutant Ninja Turtles’ from Qwertee is a concept that you would have thought someone would have picked up on a long time ago, and yet I don’t think I’ve seen it before.


Quite a nice Inception-based shirt from Nowhere Bad today.

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Daily Tees & News for November 15th

by Andy on November 15, 2011

donnie darko t-shirt

Thinking about it, I haven’t seen Donnie Darko. $10 at TeeFury today.


I suppose this isn’t a new design from Tilteed, but at least this is a design we haven’t seen in the past couple of months.


One thing that I’ve never liked about blogs is tag clouds, they don’t really tell you anything, and whilst I realise that this Nowhere Bad shirt isn’t a Star Wars tag cloud it was what I thought of when I saw it.


Cool shirt from Stupidhurts.us today, I like the ink splatters coming out of the head.


At Halloween I made pumpkin ice cream, it was surprisingly good. Shirt.Woot


Sometimes I wonder if the daily sites are producing too many Doctor Who shirts, though I presume that if people weren’t buying them they wouldn’t be selling them. RIPT.


I haven’t watched enough Firefly to give a damn about this Firely t-shirt from 24tee.


I don’t get it, Loviu.


Nice shirt from Catch of the Day Tee today.


Haha, it’s surprising that there aren’t more Muppets shirts around, and this is a nice one from Shirt Punch.


This DBH shirt isn’t for me, but it’s certainly well done.


BustedTees have added 12 new shirts to their $10 clearance section, including the classic ‘Strictly for my ninjas’.


‘Our Bodies are our gardens’, nice concept well executed from A Better Tomorrow.


Use the coupon code PILLAGE10 to get $10 off your order at PLNDR, and if it’s your first order you’ll get another $10 gift certificate just for shopping. Seems like they’re pretty desperate to get you to buy something.


PalmerCash have some Sesame Street hats that will be worn by that kooky girl that thinks she’s an individual like everyone else.


Weirdest t-shirt promo video ever (caution, contains male nudity, just from the back), sometimes you can just tell that people are from Shoreditch. Twantard


Cottonable are giving away two shirts from HelloFresco, and all you have to do to enter is leave a comment.


Digital Gravel have added a whole bunch of $15 tees to the site, but for a limited time only.


Valourandvellum has released a free hi-res t-shirt mockup.

Kissmetrics have a good guide for how to make the most of web analytics that I reckon will be handy for brand owners.


Get 15% off when you spend £100+ at Urban Industry with the coupon code UIXMAS, and don’t forget there’s free shipping on all orders until December 19th.

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Daily Tee & News Roundup October 28th

by Andy on October 28, 2011

panda astronaut t-shirt

Very nice Panda/astronaut t-shirt from TeeFury today.


Another oldie-but-goodie from Greg Abbott at Tilteed today, it’s a really lovely design.


Weren’t you always a little disappointed when you had to play as Luigi? Stupidhurts.us


Hahaha, silly owl. Shirt.Woot


Nice tribute to A Clockwork Orange at RIPT today.


If a single one of you gets the reference on this TeeMinus24 design I will be amazed.


Fairly creepy looking Doctor Who design at OtherTees today.


24tee bring us a classic Halloween design.


I didn’t like this Donald Duck shirt when Loviu first released it, and on the second viewing my opinion has not changed.


I have no clue what is going on in this Catch of the Day Tee shirt.


Nice Doctor Who design from Shirt Punch, I think it’s fair to say those guys have had a pretty decent first week.


I stumbled upon this fantastic tutorial by Natalie Jost detailing several ways that you can customize your Big Cartel store to give it features which you would usually expect to see in a standalone ecommerce solution.


Sturban are offering free delivery in the UK on all orders until the end of the month.


BustedTees have put all their fall releases on sale for $14 a piece until noon (EST) on October 31st.


Dephect are offering 25% off all their tees with the coupon code HALLOWEEN11 until November 3rd.


I’ve never heard of Kii Arens before, but their shirts are on Fab.com now, $19.50 down from $35, and they’re looking mighty fine.


Digital Gravel have knocked 50% off everything, which is pretty huge, all you have to do is use the coupon code THX2011, the infographic says 3 days, but it’s now more like two and a half.


T-Post, the Swedish t-shirt subscription service, are going to stop using a wholesale blank (I’m fairly sure they were using American Apparel) and produce their own shirts, and they want feedback from you to help make it ‘the best t-shirt the world has ever seen.’


That above is a relaunch teaser for PPRHRT, I was unaware that they were in need of a relaunch but there you go, like their Facebook page to keep up to date with their relaunch progress.


A reminder that Urban Industry‘s big Halloween sale is ongoing.


PLNDR are giving away a $250 gift pack from Breezy Excursion, who I’ve never heard of so I presume that means they’re popular.

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Daily tee (and news) Roundup October 25th

by Andy on October 25, 2011

Star Wars t-shirt

Really nice Star Wars design from TeeFury today.


Was this shirt at Qwertee previously on sale there or at another daily site? I look at so many that they blend into one another a bit.


Damn, that is one powerful looking unicorn. $10 today at Tilteed.


Sometimes I feel like the name of a t-shirt is an afterthought, but in the case of “Samurainoceros” I think it was the starting point. Get it at Stupidhurts.us


I’m sure that there will be a large number of people that like this Shirt.Woot design, but I can’t count myself amongst them.


It’s a fun twist on the phrase, but I just don’t like that guys face. $10 today at RIPT.


Cool shirt on insaneetee at Uneetee today, $14.99 as usual, down from $24.99.


I really can’t decide what market 24tee are aiming at, they seem to go from cool-to-lame with invariable frequency.


Another oldie from Loviu.


I would never wear a t-shirt that makes reference to rage comics, but I’m sure that some people would, and Catch of the Day Tee must be hoping they’ll like this shirt.


The latest daily site on the block is called Shirt Punch, they just launched today with this shirt called ‘The Captain’. Tees at Shirt Punch are $10 from this Canadian site (they’re using Canada post to ship tees, so I presume they’re Canadian), and they shirts are silk-screened rather than DTG printed, which is somewhat unusual for a daily site.


The designer of this Shirt.Woot t-shirt e-mailed me to ask for a review, so this must be a weekend shirt since I missed it. It’s still available at Woot, though the price is now $15.


Urban Industry have got a big, big sale on, head on over to see if anything takes your fancy.

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Free Shipping at Urban Industry this weekend

by Andy on October 14, 2011

urban industry free shipping

There was loads of new stuff in their newsletter this week, far to much to show you without making the image portion of this ridiculously long so you’ll have to make do with a selection of their Vans winter range. The more interesting news is that Urban Industry are offering free standard shipping on any order this weekend (and a bit more, the offer ends midday Monday, GMT).

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Stussy Fall/Winter drops at Urban Industry

by Andy on September 5, 2011

stussy at urban industry



Oh Urban Industry, ‘Fall’? Fall?! It’s called Autumn. I’ve been getting into streetwear a bit more recently, so when I checked out their Stussy offering (which comprises of a lot more items than I’m showing you here) I was mighty impressed by what I had to see, it’s good to see them bringing these kinds of goods over to the UK.

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volcom winter collection

I have a pair of Volcom shorts I picked up in Santa Monica that I absolutely love, so when I saw that Urban Industry had started to receive their Volcom Winter stock I thought I’d check it out. Now I think you should check it out too, providing you’re on the European side of the post of pond of course with Urban Industry being a UK store.

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Perfect for the modern economic times we find ourselves in, this unique collaboration Tee is available exclusively from Urban Industry at www.urbanindustry.co.uk!

Entitled “WORK! EARN! SPEND!”, this exclusive tee plays on the notion of “Urban Industry” and the “City Worker”, and the endless treadmill of the rat race. Designed ahead of recent stock market volatility, the design is remarkably prescient of current economic times and the trouble city bankers now find themselves in, running to stand still.

With a half-tone newspaper-style print and retro shop-window graphics, the Ultrarama x Urban Industry collaboration tee puts a Sixties spin on the modern workplace.
Urban Industry have chosen Ultrarama! as the first brand to collaborate with.

I really like the way that the half-tone of the background image has the solid text running over it.

Costiness=£25 Buy it at Urban Industry

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Mainstream brand alert! Mainstream brand alert!

Have no fear, I’ll get back to posting about stuff that is printed by some dude in a poorly-ventilated garage, but sometimes I’ve just gotta post this stuff.

Natterjacks are selling two very limited edition Adidas tracksuits, the first is a black and red leather (yes, a leather tracksuit) number based upon the 80s original, which would be perfect for completing your Run DMC cosplay outfit if you’re happy to hand over £550 ($1010) for it. Up next, a track jacket that actually has stainless steel woven into the thread, which is fairly clever, but rather pointless and gaudy. In their product description Natterjacks say they they only have a couple of these so they’ll go quick, but I get the feeling that they might be hanging around for a while with a £400 pricetag, unless I have seriously underestimated the amount of disposable income that rappers in the UK have going spare for bling.

Since I wouldn’t want you to come away from this post thinking “that was fun, but why not point I out something I should buy Andy, you handsome devil?” I’ve found (ok, that’s a lie, I got sent an e-mail about them, blogging is so easy sometimes!) 3 tees from the Adidas Originals range that are about as retro as their track suits cousins, but you might actually want to wear them. All three are available from Urban Industry for £24.50, which is probably a bit pricey for our buddies in the States, but actually pretty good going for a UK shop.

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Disappearing Act

by Andy on March 10, 2006

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A couple of days ago I tagged a hoody by Addict to my del.icio.us thinking I might use it for a future post, and then just a couple of hours later, I get an e-mail from the good folks at Jungle Life told me to check out the new camo line from Addict. Great minds, eh?

I was actually going to highlight a different product, but I’ve gone off it a bit now, it feels a bit hip-hop to me, whilst the camo range is a bit more Ian Brown. At first I found myself not too into the whole camo thing, I don’t think it would suit me, but I can imagine it looking good on a lot of people, so this is my altruism for the day. There’s various styles available, but I picked this track jacket as an example.

Costiness= £64.99 (£5 cheaper than the official addict store…) from Urban Industry.

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