How many T-shirts do you have in your wardrobe? The power of the T-shirt over the years is amazing. It has been a classic and fashion forward fashion instrument to support many different fashion designers’ businesses. It always involves some emotional statement in it which tries to say something, something vital, judgemental with a strong attitude or a belief.
How can designers continue to change the T-shirt image? The current collection right now are very creative, very trendy, very punchy, very attitudinal, or very conventional.
T-shirts the current collections
- Plain basic ones, but sometimes to add fabric details to bring up an expensive and sophisticated look, for example the leather alike fabric brown Dolce & Gabbana’s T-shirt.
- Graphic printed ones, to give you some headlines about the wearers’ likes and dislikes, interests and hobbies, such as the London map prints on Topman’s sublimation T-shirt, the Union and Jack British flag prints on Sinstar’s T-shirt, or on one of the 150 limited Edition Aon!Black’s T-shirt, to broadcast some sort of deeper meanings from the T-shirt, where T-shirt is an instrument as a weapon.
- Trendy stylish statement ones, alongside the current men’s and young men’s fashion elements to highlight the trendy styles in the overall look, such as the sophisticated patterns in that slightly see-through blue D&G T-shirt.
- The red/yellow/orange patterned prints Zara’s T-shirt, or the light and bright coloured Age of Aquarius Topman’s T-shirt.
Go through your collection and ditch your current T-shirts and head to the high street.
Dolce & Gabbana T-shirt
Dolce & Gabbana, 2012 T-shirt collection