Whether you’re into graphic tees, catchy slogans or logo-mania – it’s time to shop affordable cool, casual and comfy tees that are great for Singapore’s hot weather
Logo-mania ain’t dead – save your RIPs! Street style stars around the world (Honeycombers team, included) have been spotted rocking the 90’s logo obsession. Graphic tees including logos from Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and FILA, as well as band tees, illustrations by talented artists, pictures of pop culture references and catchy slogans are back with a bang. Time to don some throwback style! Shop and wear cool tees from these stores, and no doubt (pun intended), you’ll be looking rad.
Back with another rad collab, Guess and American rapper A$AP Rocky released its third collection which draws inspiration from the Guess archives. Dubbing it “Ice Cream and Cotton Candy”, this capsule collection includes the collab’s signature stripes which are apparent in previous collections, as well as a palette of pastel hues. People with a thing for huge logos on the front will appreciate this range of mock-neck shirts, boxy ringer crop tops and oversized retro tees. You know what they say – Go big or go home!
Guess, available at multiple locations including ION Orchard, Marina Bay Sands and Ngee Ann City from 8 July 2017.
Fans of graphic and logo printed tees, rejoice! The Hong Kong-based streetwear brand has recently released its men’s and women’s summer collection which includes T-shirts embellished in prints inspired by American skateboard culture, street graffiti, the Coachella festival, heavy metal bands and 90’s hip hop culture. If you’re big on logo prints, Fingercroxx also stocks a minimalistic collection with the brand’s logo and the signature Big Foot motif stamped onto tees.
For all your graphic tee madness, find a range of cool prints at our favourite Japanese fashion store! Fans of all things geometric, you’re in for a treat. Uniqlo has recently released its SPRZ NY Supergeometric collection which features UT tees decked out with abstract shapes involving lines, squares and block colours. Gamers can look out for its UT Grand Prix Nintendo collection which includes a Super Mario motif, as well as Splatoon and Legend of Zelda themes respectively.
Who says the band T-shirt trend is dead? Alive and kicking – H&M Divided – a line known for affordable casual outfits – stocks a cool range of vintage-looking band tees, including Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana, RUN DMC, Blondie, the Ramones and more, in a variety of designs such batik and distressed!
Have you checked out Paul Smith’s casual-cool line of bold graphic-printed tees? This British institution needs no introduction, nor does the label’s signature PS by Paul Smith multi-coloured stripes adorning everything from ties to socks, pocket squares, and yup – T-shirts! Comprising playful yet wearable pieces, this one’s definitely for the adventurous man – and women!
My go-to store for all things print – whether it be logo tees like the classic Adidas and 90’s Tommy Jeans, band tees like the Rolling Stones and Wu-Tang Clan or pop culture illustrations – is Urban Outfitters, for sure. This lifestyle and fashion retailer packs a punch when it comes to graphic tees – you’ll be spoilt for choice pairing your OG ‘90s styles.
Urban Outfitters, available online.
This Jakarta and Singapore-based streetwear label designs quirky printed tees for both men and women. VVHYNOT (that’s W with a double V) brings loud and bold designs to everyday wear, with elements of fun, sarcasm and badass fused together to create the ultimate cheeky streetwear. Super affordable, starting from $20 a tee, and limited to only 100 pieces per design, you best get your faves before they run out! #supportlocal