“The white T-shirt is like a blank canvas – eternally versatile.” Edward Enninful
Whether stark white and paired with jeans for the epitome of cool or emblazoned with a bold political statement, the t-shirt has held a special place in the hearts of most since Marlon Brando donned one in1951’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Styled from old-fashioned union suits and originally produced for the U.S. Navy as a protective layer under their uniforms, the t-shirt has risen from an undergarment to a tool for personal expression. From its history as a canvas for culture and individuality to kits and techniques to craft your own personal garment, this summer is all about the t-shirt for us.
The Clean Tee—which launches next Tuesday—is our consciously crafted series of classic t-shirts made in our Bldg.14 manufacturing facility. In anticipation, we share inspirations and stories about this classic wardrobe staple.
“The T-Shirt: A Rebel with a Cause”
“How Statement T-Shirts Unite Black History, Culture, and Fashion”
The T-Shirt Book by Charlotte Brunel
“Travels of a T-Shirt” on the Journal
With three sleeve options and six colors to choose from, our Rib Crew is perfect for any season or occasion.
“That one can live with air and love:” the Air Love Tee
Create your own tee with our T-Shirt Top Kit or a Custom DIY Kit.
DIY T-Shirt Modifications on the Journal
Give an old tee new life with Shibori, Ombré, Ice Dye, and Tie Dye instructions
In Alabama: Tee Jays and the Sweetwater Mill
T-Shirts will always be classic and timeless. Depending on the style of a T, you can dress up or dress down an outfit. Its casual elegance.