Out of Print Clothing is a Brooklyn based company that sells a range of classic book t shirts as well as tote bags and stationery. The company founded by Jeff LeBlanc and Tom Lawton works closely with artists, authors & publishers to licence work and transform into fashionable items worthy of the attentions of any book lover. T shirt designs include Wizard of Oz, The Great Gatsby, A Clockwork Orange and the Jack Kerouac classic On the Road.
We like the playful Goodie Two Sleeves brand and here are our favourite tees at the mo...
When you have had a hard day at work and just want to slouch on your sofa then purchasing one of OnePiece's lazy suits might not be a bad idea. Yes this adult baby grow costs £130, but considering the number of hours of your life you will probably spend in it, perhaps this is a good investment. They already have over 273k Facebook pals so they are doing something right!
NewBreed Girl is an LA based clothing brand that offers a range of cool t-shirts, hoodies and accessories for guys and girls. Their style is bright and bold with fun themes and cheeky slogans. We especially like their Tokzilla character t-shirts and keyrings.
City Fabric is a new apparel business based out of Raleigh, North Carolina which creates products using city maps. The brainchild of Matt Tomasulo, an Urban Planning student his idea was to use figureground maps, which map out the cities buildings, rather than streets as design templates for t-shirts and originally sold these at a market in his home town. The company now seeks to expand to include other cities such as Manhattan, Boston, Austin, Chicago and San Francisco and appealed to the crowd funding community on Kickstarter for $13,000 to expand production and the range. The reaction to the business has already been so popular with almost $20,000 raised already with another 27days of fundraising left.
Italian brand Vivietta are appealing to those shoppers who appreciate fun, playful fashion with their super cute and quirky cat skirt which features cat-like ear pockets and a button nose too.
It is always humorous to see mashups between different cultural icons and online store TruffleShuffle have launched their Popmash t-shirts including this amusing fusion between 80's icons Mr T and E.T. Their range is limited right now but through Facebook they are seeking for new and inspiring ideas from their followers.
Established by Candice Cabe, Day2Night allows customers to click on and off heels of various heights. The idea came to founder Candice Cabe on a business trip in which she was advised to pack lightly but found that so much precious space was taken up with her day and night time shoes. Day2Night has 5 interchangeable heels ranging in height from 1 1/2 inches to 3 1/2 inches. As a start-up business the company only has one style and one colour right now but is already in talks with a New York shoe designer who is working on 10-12 pairs of different designs for the debut shoe collection. The business is seeking total investment of $150k and is utilising Kickstarter to help fundraise for the first stage of development.