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Jonathan Saunders Designs Fashion’s Night Out T-shirt

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Fashion Designers, News, Sales,

Jonathan Saunder's t-shirt design for Fashion's Night OutJonathan Saunders has designed the official Vogue Fashion's Night Out T-shirt.

The Scottish designer has teamed up with Vogue magazine for the annual fashion event and created a unique T-shirt design in aid of domestic violence charity Refuge.

"It's such an honor to collaborate with [editor] Alexandra Shulman and Vogue on this year's official Fashion's Night Out T-shirt. The design features one of my signature prints which I hope people are excited to take away from the night. I am so happy to be a part of this global initiative raising much-needed funds for charity, and I look forward to a great night out on September 6," he said.

Fashion's Night Out will be held on September 6 by all 19 countries that publish Vogue. This year marks the fourth time the magazine is supporting the fashion and retail sectors by hosting star-studded shopping parties in major cities featuring editors, stars, models, fashionistas, and designers.

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Karl Lagerfeld to Create Self-Inspired T-shirts

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Fashion Designers,

Karl LagerfeldKarl Lagerfeld is to create four limited-edition T-shirts inspired by himself.

The Chanel creative director is to collaborate with British brand I Love Dust to co-design the garments for both men and women under his Karl label, with patterns featuring letters making up his face and designs taking inspiration from a sketch of a leather glove.

"Designing limited-edition T-shirts for someone like Karl Lagerfeld is every graphic designer's dream," said Mark Graham, founder of I Love Dust.

The T-shirts will be available to purchase on his KARL website and at a pop-up store in New York as well as Colette in Paris from Thursday.

The 78-year-old fashion designer has previously collaborated with Diet Coke, H&M and Net-a-Porter throughout his career, which has featured a number of controversies including calling British singing sensation Adele "a little too fat" in February, despite admitting he is a fan of her voice. "I prefer Adele and Florence Welch. The thing at the moment is Adele. She is a little too fat, but she has a beautiful face and a divine voice," he said at the time. Karl eventually apologized for his outburst and gave the singer a collection of Chanel's bags to say sorry.


2011 Holiday Gift Guide: GeeksRiot Steve Jobs Tribute Shirt

geeksriot steve jobs holiday gift

Steve Jobs will definitely be missed, and today's 2011 Holiday Gift Guide entry honors his memory, while also helping a great cause. What you see above is the GeeksRiot Steve Jobs Tribute t-shirt. All proceeds from the $25 purchase go towards Movember and the fight against cancer. Aside from all that, though, the shirt looks ridiculously cool. Seriously, we've seen 'em in person, and they're high quality. Go check them out, and grab a couple for the Apple fans in your life!


Quote of the Day: One Fabric the Military Keeps From Daphne Guinness

Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: Models, News,

Daphne Guinness

“I like to experiment with different fabrics and see what happens. There’s one fabric I’ve been looking for for five years. It’s like an LCD screen, but it’s supple. You’d be able to play the movie Sunset Boulevard on your T-shirt. The military has the first option on it. I keep asking them, ‘Can’t you just give me a little bit?’”

- Heiress, fashion muse, and couture collector on the one thing she cannot have… yet!

(Make sure to check out other notable quotes.)

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Peaches Geldof Displays Her Support For Gays

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Peaches Geldof

British model and stylish celebrity Peaches Geldof was spotted in Los Angeles sporting an American Apparel “Legalize Gay” shirt, which calls for the repeal of California’s Proposition 8.

While she may support legalizing gay marriages, Geldof can’t vote for much, considering she’s not an American citizen (despite how long she’s resided in the states). At the very least, perhaps she could’ve shown her support for the cause by other means, considering American Apparel has been hit with a slew of negative criticism for its leaked hiring policies (not to mention CEO Dov Charney’s rampant sexual harassment history).

Would you sport one of these “Legalize Gay” shirts, or is there a better way to raise awareness to get Prop 8 repealed?

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Items Du Jour: Taylor Swift Stops Sparkling, BryanBoy Alerts Twitter of Threesome

Kristen Stewart—Country-pop singer Taylor Swift strikes a pose on the cover of July’s Marie Claire. For once, she isn’t wearing a sparkling, glitter-happy dress.

—Those who have thought that women larger than size 6 can’t look good in a bathing suit have been put to shame: French Marie Claire is making huge waves with their June issue, which features plus-sized models in a swimsuit editorial.

—Apparently Miley Cyrus isn’t the only Disney star who needs lessons in stylish shoe walking. Vanessa Hudgens nearly took a fall from walking in her ankle boots.

—Fashion blogger BryanBoy alerted the internet and his Twitter followers about a Swedish threesome he was involved in. More proof that bloggers can have interesting and scandalous lives.

Twilight actress and paparazzi target Kristen Stewart was seen promoting Eclipse in Seoul, South Korea with extra-long hair extensions. After her post-The Runaways mullet debacle, I’m relieved to see her do something to her hair for a change.

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Celebrities, Models Crazy for Cats

Daisy Lowe wears a big cat t-shirtBig cat T-shirts are set to be a huge trend this season. A host of celebrities - including , Taylor Momsen, Ashley Tisdale and Frankie Sandford - have been donning the feline print tops in recent weeks and they are now set to take the fashion world by storm.

Following on from winter’s leopard print trend, the cat patterns give the look a fresh feel and look great under blazers, teamed with leggings and denim. One fashion insider said, “Big cat T-shirts are a continuation of winter’s leopard print trend. They’re the micro-trend of the moment and make you look really confident. They also look great with all the big summer looks, like denim shorts and leggings.”

Another look set to take off is tribal prints, with Nicola Roberts, Naomi Campbell and all wearing them recently. In order to pull-off the look, wearers must be quite bold with their choices and not worry about being perfectly matching.

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Mark Ronson Avoids T-Shirts

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Celebrities, News, Men, T-Shirts, Sneakers,

Mark Ronson fears the t-shirtMark Ronson has started going to the gym because he hates his arms. The music producer, who is widely considered a trendsetter, has never been happy with his arms and his body hang-ups have prevented him wearing certain items of clothing.

“Even at 24, I wouldn’t wear T-shirts because I hated the way my arms looked. I worked out on and off until I was about 30, then I got bored, or lazy. Now I’m 33 I feel it’s time to start doing something a little bit more healthy.”

Mark enjoys sporting smart outfits when he is working on new material in the recording studio and uses fashion to show he is serious about his work: “I dress up to come to the studio. Looking at old pictures of the Blue Note session guys or Phil Spector, going to work to do a job. The Abbey Road guys even wore lab coats. I haven’t tried that look out yet.”

Mark has also spoken about the line of sneakers he has created for Gucci. The music star insists his collection with the Italian fashion house is nothing like Kanye West‘s footwear collaboration with Louis Vuitton: “My shoes are from the 30s and his are from the future.”


J!NX T-Shirts

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Wearables, Design, Video Games,

Pacman DesignJ!NX is a very cool site with t-shirts for the geek who wants to be blunt. We especially dig this comment on Pacman in the form of a light blue tee that comes in 5 sizes for ~$20.00. If that one is too gory for you, check through their newest releases for both men and women for all things gaming and computer oriented. JINX frequently has deals on close-outs and discontinued shirts and stickers.

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Sanrio Targets Male Customer Base

Men's Hello Kitty Line

Say it ain’t so! In one of the last bastions of all things fem, Sanrio has found it fitting to create Hello Kitty products for young men after a Limited Edition collection proved popular. Included in the assortment will be t-shirts, watches, bags, and other articles in decidedly masculine shades of black and blue. No matter what the color, Sanrio seems confident that it will sell in Japan next month and not long after in other Asian countries and the U.S. Even with its slightly revamped image, you still have to be comfortable with yourself to wear one of these items, male or female.

 

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