The “Summer of the T-shirt” continues, and today we introduce a (very) limited-edition run of one-of-a-kind graffiti tees as part of our new capsule collection, “Graffiti: Red, White, and Blue”.
The tees are made from recycled cotton t-shirts and are a callback to the early days of Alabama Chanin (more on that here) and Natalie’s first collection of one-of-kind recycled T-shirts. They are created from multiple shirts with an assortment of juxtaposing designs—creating interesting patterns, textures, and dimension. Developed in our stenciling department and hand sewn by our artisans, the recycled t-shirts have a relaxed fit and truly unique motifs.
This “American Graffiti” theme continues with our made-to-order styles.
We introduce new accessories: the Bandana and Tie Scarf in basic and graffiti options. The bandana is a timeless accessory and ours has a lightweight trim and “100% organic cotton” and the Alabama Chanin logo embroidered along the hem.
The Tie Scarf is our first machine-sewn scarf and is available in rib-knit or lightweight jersey. It also has lightweight trim and “100% organic cotton” and the Alabama Chanin logo embroidered along the hem.
Other new additions include our Rib Skirt with a graffiti-stenciled option, and two new colorways of our hand-embroidered Pansy Collection design—pictured above in the Viola Tunic and Laila Skirt.
The Soft Knit Tank is offered in a limited-edition Independence Day colorway: White with Red and Navy stitching.
And the Soft Knit Slip Dress is offered in a Carmine with Navy and White stitching.
Our exclusive collection is available for a limited time.
P.S.: Feeling nostalgic this summer? Watch American Graffiti.