Edited by Jorge Martinez-Garza
Turns out Vitaminwater is not just a great cure for hangovers; it is also helping aspiring designers make their first break. Last week, the enhanced-beverage brand announced Savannah, GA’s Gautam Dutta as the winner of its color collection contest, for which a few talented designers were asked to create a Vitaminwater-inspired t-shirt. Gautam will have his design sold by the CFDA on fashionvault.ebay.com and will receive $5,000 to help his career take off.
Edited by Samantha Lim
It’s raining, it’s pouring the fashion is generally bo-ring… American gentlemen have a tendency to dress ultra down when the weather goes sour and we’re really starting to notice. We turned to our friends across the pond at The Great Divide to pick up a thing or two that will keep our boys dapper and dry in the wet weather. Here we go.
Edited by Saynt
Opening Ceremony has teamed up with artist Rob Pruitt Mclaren for a series of tees that include panda on panda action, the word Cocaine a la Coca Cola and a headless Mickey Mouse. So Original. View the tees below and find them here.
Edited by Saynt
Death. Demons. Shrimp? The Savannah, Georgia born Shrimp Sauce brings a little mischief to the their debut collection of tees. You can grab the collection which features knives, masked men, wolves and of course, shrimp at their newly opened online store.
Edited by Kirby Marzec
I thought I was somewhat of a glutton until I stumbled upon Money Laundry, a company that spins their own thread out of United States Currency. Utilizing anywhere from $1 to $100 bills, each t-shirt is averaged to have about $22.56 stitched into the shirt itself. The shirts aren’t really anything spectacular and I certainly wouldn’t pay $70 for such a basic item, but the concept of money thread is quite innovative!
Check out Money Laundry here!
Thanks Coco Perez!
Edited by Monique Montagnese, Contributor
Another fashion-art hybrid, this t-shirt should have been included in my history of t-shirts post, because I’ve never seen anything life it before. Regardless of if you would or could even wear this it’s worth mentioning for it’s sheer uniqueness.