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By Eva Medoff, August 27th, 2010
We’ve found the official clothing line for bibliophiles (or hipsters who like ironic T-shirts). Out of Print takes famous (and usually out of print) book covers and screens them onto tees, so you can literally wear your favorite novel on your sleeve (read on to see our favorites). Even better, for every shirt sold, the brand donates one book to Books for Africa, so everyone can have access to these iconic tomes. The only question is, are you a Catcher in the Rye person or a Lolita person?
By Eva Medoff, June 17th, 2010
Molly Crabapple, CITY’s favorite cartoonist, will be unveiling her new T-shirt line with Dirtee Hollywood tonight. Crabapple, who produces sketches for the New York Times, Marvel Comics and the Wall Street Journal, has created a line of New York-centric tees featuring playful Victorian-inspired female figures. If you haven’t scored an invite to the party (which will feature burlesque models and free sketch pads for guests), then we suggest you head over to Ron Robinson’s site to check the tees out, or simply take a peek at some more after the jump.
By Eva Medoff, April 8th, 2010
To people who say supermodels don’t exist anymore, we say take a look at Lacee Swan’s T-shirts. Model worship is alive and well, and it’s in the form of a plain white tee with a bare-bones sketch and a one-word name. That’s all true fashion aficionados need to identify the shirt’s subjects—the long-legged and sometimes gap-toothed amazons who rule today’s catwalks and ad campaigns.
By Joanna Barrios, March 26th, 2010
Most T-shirts couldn’t hold their own when paired with a tea-length skirt of full, cream-colored tulle. Not so for the creations of Moises de la Renta—the young New York-based designer lending his innovative tees to MANGO in an exclusive collection.
At the age of only 25, de la Renta is following in his father’s footsteps (yes, Oscar) and contributing to the fashion world with overtly feminine, romantic designs.