T-shirts and Tanks
"I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson" became a sleeper sensation, inspiring countless memes. One of them in particular includes Robinson in a hot dog suit, making it appropriate for the plant-based fast food chain Plant Power Fast Food to partner with Detroit native Robinson.
Green Day has never shied away from political messages. It's latest stunt is a T-shirt that uses Donald Trump's mugshot mixed with the album cover design of its album "Nimrod," all to benefit Maui wildfire relief.
In today's day and age where Kardashians are wearing Slayer and Metallica shirts, old band shirts have a high fashion appeal to them. But Yves Saint Laurent just launched a line of '90s- and grunge-inspired products, including a Nirvana Shirt featuring the "Insecticide" album cover that costs $4,450.
Nirvana LLC, alongside Live Nation Merchandise, have been selling T-shirts, hoodies and mugs with a design of "Upper Hell" from Dante's Inferno, as drawn by C.S. Scott-Giles. The artist's granddaughter claims that Nirvana illegally used and claimed ownership of the image.
After fans saw a misprinted T-shirt in the first trailer for FX's "The Bear," shirts advertising "The Berf" are already popping up on sites like Redbubble.
How do decorators ensure they are stocked up on everything from basic T-shirts to hats and more?
The University of Nebraska has raised the T-shirt cannon bar, with a new branded T-shirt cannon that reportedly launches 114 T-shirts in under 10 seconds. It's impressive on its own, but it's part of a greater branding experience.
The idea of sustainability is paramount in apparel nowadays, with suppliers doing everything they can to minimize their own environmental footprints in the manufacturing process. Customers, too, want to buy from companies they deem reputable and that align with their own ideals. The Fision, a new apparel company that prides itself on its transparency, is…
The American Red Cross is using a Snoopy T-shirt to drive blood donation appointments. It's working, too. Since releasing the design, the organization has seen exponential web traffic, and people are posting all over social media about it.
Taylor Swift fans are a devoted bunch. Even the slightest criticism on social media is enough to draw the ire from the "Swifties." So, you can imagine how they felt when the merchandise they got at Swift's career-spanning "Eras" tour couldn't hold up to a simple wash.