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Art on T-Shirts

Apparel - By Viennese @ May 28, 2009 11:41 AM Add comments
Uniqlo UTI wear tees all year long, doesn’t matter if it’s -30°C outside with snow, or 30°C outside with sunshine, I always have tees on me, and more over, they are mostly short sleeves (you really have to admire the heat system in Canada).  So I’m the worst when it comes to tees, once I realize the cut fits me, I’ll buy every single colour and design of that tee.  This happens to my Uniqlo and Lauren Moshi tees, and apparently, these are my top 2 chooses.
Keith Haring - Good Luck UT

Keith Haring - Good Luck UT

For summer 2009, Uniqlo continue to bring us the graphic tee crossover selection with Pac-Man, Keith Haring, Japan > Game,  Jean-Michel Basquiatand Gundum.   There are over hundreds of tees for men and women, and personally, I think they are unisex, I just pick the smallest size from men’s section if I really like the tee.  I mean, how can you not love them when graphic design is part of your life?  The best part of it?  It’s CHEAP!!

Let’s take a look at their 2009 campaign

As for Lauren Moshi, I just simply can’t resist, I couldn’t stop wanting for more since I had my first in Spring 2008.  Lauren is an artist, a painter, the prints on tees are all her paintings.  Her design is very clean, most of them are a tunic tee (black or white) with a graphic printed on it.  There are alot of other items in her complete collection, you can take a look at it in here.  Following the trends of this colourful season, Lauren Moshi also brought in more colours for her SS2009 collection, and she also keep updating the design of the tops instead of only changing the prints.

Piano Swing Tee, USD$98

Piano Swing Tee, USD$98

Owl Tank, USD$98

Owl Tank, USD$98

Now, compare to other brands like Juicy Couture or Uniqlo, which is mass production, Lauren’s tees are usually limited to a certain amount of pieces, I actually had to pre-order some of them prior to production, and the prices are around USD$100 for a tee, and $200 for a sweater.  Well, I think they worth more then Juicy Couture, at least I’m wearing a piece of art that Lauren puts her time and effort on it.

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