Worn By take classic t-shirts, as worn by pop and rockstars (and presumably no longer available) and recreate them. Thus if you’ve ever wanted the Raleigh Grifter shirt worn by Marc Bolan, or the infamous Who The Fuck Is Mick Jagger ? shirt worn by Mick Jagger, then you’ll be laughing. So far, I’d say, the t-shirts are too obscure to be recognised by anyone except uber-fans, and none of them appeal to me in their own right, but I’ll definitely check back to what new ones they add.
Archive for June, 2005
is this the most attractive watch in the world? Along with the TAG Monaco I’d say so.
Now would any jeweller fancy giving me one for an extended trial and review?
Apparently this is not a belated April Fool’s joke. To celebrate their respective 25th birthday’s British ‘not as funny as it used to be but still pretty good’ gutter humour comic Viz and American ‘not as good as it used to be but still pretty good skatewear label’ Stussy have hooked up with a line collaborative t-shirts. They’re not fantastic (I’m not a fan of the plain white tee with a logo on) but I have to admit to being a little tempted by the one with Big Vern spraying the Stussy logo in bullet holes. This place is stocking them.
Could be good, could be crap. Designer Sales are holding a Sample Sale this weekend (Fri 3rd – Sun 5th) at Studio 95 on Brick Lane. The flyer claims they’ll have stuff from Fake London, Duffer and YMC amongst many others, although I haven’t been so it could actually be stuff from Cromwell’s Madhouse for all I know. £2 admission.