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Rodarte’s “Breathless” Tees Hit The Shelves At Colette!

For the 50th anniversary of Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless,” the Rodarte sisters collaborated with Parisian concept boutique Colette on a line of T-shirts inspired by the film. We were pumped when the news first broke, and now the goods have arrived. In the quartet of designs, one works the classic New York Herald Tribune logo Jean Seberg made famous. Others feature actual images from the film with colored graphic overlays.

The verdict: They’re definitely cool, but not as edgy as we thought they’d be (maybe a more vintage fabrication would have been cool). And naturally, they don’t come cheap, at about $150 each. Check out the rest of the tees after the jump. [Colette] Keep reading »

“It’s The ONE-ders, Not The O’Needers!”

Another genius T-shirt from BustedTees, which reminds us of the one-derful 1996 film “That Thing You Do.” [Busted Tees] Keep reading »

A Terry Fashionable Protest

Christopher Lee Sauvé, who created the hilarious Rachel Zoe catchphrase-inspired T-shirts, designed a new tee protesting Terry Richardson‘s fashion scandal … although we’re not sure if wearing this dude’s face on your chest makes things any better. [Christopher Lee Sauvé] Keep reading »

Sneak Peek: The New Fashion’s Night Out T-Shirts!

If you missed out last year, then make sure to clear your schedule for the second annual Fashion’s Night Out on September 10th, when stores and retailers will keep their doors open late for customers. Celebrities came out to join in the fun, there were free drinks galore, and the evening was like a giant block party where everyone was invited. And if last year was any indication of the joyousness of 2010, then we’re in for some exciting plans. To get the FNO party started, here’s a first look at the fashion goodies which will be for sale. 2009′s shirts were a simple black city skyline on a white background to benefit the National September 11th Memorial Museum, but this year there are multiple options: besides a ton of shirts for men and women ranging from $20-$30, there’s also a dark heather gray unisex hoodie for $60. Plus, forty percent of the proceeds will go towards helping the NYC AIDS Fund. Make sure to get yours fast, before they sell out. [WWD]

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HBO’s “How To Make It In America” Apparel Is Definitely Not Vintage

Been watching “How to Make it in America”? In this week’s episode, the adorable Ben Epstein (Note—no relation, tee hee) and his friend Cam finally got one of their fashion schemes off the ground, completing an order of screenprinted vintage tees. The design, which Ben came up with in high school, reads “New York Eats Its Young.” Pretty catchy and stylish. Want one? Turns out, you can get one from the HBO online store … just don’t count on it looking even half as cool as it does on Ben Epstein’s back, or remotely vintage. HBO’s version comes across as a cleaned-up, too-new translation of something that’s supposed to have some urban wear to it. We would have thought American Apparel would have already been producing these hipsterfied fashions since episode one. [HBO Store] Keep reading »

American Apparel Missed The Memo That Halloween Is Over

This close-up of Andy Kaufman’s face makes this shirt quite possibly the most terrifying garment we’ve ever seen. Wear this to a first date, and we guarantee you will scare the crap out of your suitor. [American Apparel] Keep reading »

Posh And Becks Design Charity T-Shirts For Sport Relief

Apparently, Victoria isn’t the only fashion designer in the multi-talented Beckham family. Coming together for a charity project, she, David, and even their three sons, collaborated to create T-shirts for the organization Sport Relief, which “help[s] poor and vulnerable people” in disadvantaged countries. Whether they intended to or not, the shirts do take on a home art project feeling with their collages of stars, spray paint lettering, and images of David balancing a soccer ball. Keep reading »

Nanette Lepore Tees Make Us Happy

Everyone loves a good T-shirt. And who doesn’t adore rocking a diffusion line? Now, thanks to Nanette Lepore, we have both. This spring, the designer will launch Oonagh, a line full of tees and tunics which will retail for $58 – $178. Sure, the name’s a bit hard to digest (it means “pure” in Scottish), but the styles are simple and easy to wear, while still managing to provide distinct details like cutouts and crisscross patterns. You might say the price range is a bit high for tees, but we’re already imagining living in these items come spring, which means that the cash you’ll shell out will be way worth it in the long run. More after the jump! [Nylon] Keep reading »

Stella McCartney’s Latest Design For Gap Comes In Your Size

If you couldn’t squeeze into Stella McCartney’s collection for GapKids, now’s your chance to pick up a piece designed by her at the retailer. Stella created a T-shirt for Gap’s (PRODUCT) RED line, with half of the profits from the $28 top going to fight AIDS. The V-neck tee is printed with red chain necklaces and would be perfect holiday party attire tucked into a pencil skirt. [Gap] Keep reading »

American Apparel And Sesame Street Make Kind Of A Sweet Team

Hipster porn aside, you know you love those shirts. Something else that’s near and dear to your heart? Sesame Street. To commemorate the show’s 40th anniversary, American Apparel sifted through the archives to select original line drawings of Jim Henson’s characters for limited edition T-shirts that will be sold in 25 stores and online later this month. Not only are they cute and — given our current obsession with all things ’70s and ’80s — surprisingly modern-looking, unlike Lindsay Lohan and Ungaro’s design FAIL, this is one designer collaboration we’re actually feeling. Keep reading »

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