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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… READ MORE »


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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),… READ MORE »


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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… READ MORE »


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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… READ MORE »


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Maury Povich definitely sticks to a formula on his talk show. Without out-of-control teens and tweens and baby daddy/mama drama, he really wouldn’t have anything to talk about. Most sane people would never go on this show to air their dirty laundry and be humiliated. But there are some, like the woman who had 17… READ MORE »


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It takes a lot for us to be excited by clothes designed by celebs (we blame you, Jessica Simpson), but we could really get behind, not to mention inside, any one of these tees designed to raise money for HIV/AIDS prevention projects. H&M and Designers Against AIDS asked a bunch of celebs we love, like… READ MORE »


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The Michelle Obama-focused style blog Mrs. O is getting into the Obama-inspired fashion business. Don’t worry, the site hasn’t become completely tasteless and started selling knockoffs of her outfits. Instead, they’re copying her in a cheeky way, by putting her style on an American Apparel shirt. The Mrs. O T-shirt is a trompe l’oeil interpretation… READ MORE »


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