Nov 18, 2010 9:02 AM
Everybody, give a warm Outblush welcome to Jillian Gile from the health & health care blog, An Apple A Day! Whether it's the latest natural remedy or news on health care industry jobs, you'll find it there.
Never be ashamed of wearing a boring old t-shirt again! These fanciful designs, Itaru Yonenaga T-Shirts ($Inquire), from Masashi Kawamura are designed to be literal T shirts. Each shirt is the letter "T" in five famous fonts - Helvetica, Caslon, Baskerville, Courier, and Cooper Black - and once worn, the T becomes an extremely cute tee. Each shirt is meant to capture the personality and character of each font, and be extremely wearable, to boot. The designer, working with Itaru Yonenaga, was inspired by the shape of the letter "T" and the way each font would wear uniquely on each person. These classicly styled t-shirts work with almost any body type and look great over a pair of jeans or leggings. Even better, when someone asks "what are you wearing?" you can answer, "Helvetica" (or font of your choice). Shake up your wardrobe with a literal T-shirt, a piece that will prove that fashion is both functional and a piece of art.
The tees will go up for sale on No Control in January in both women's and men's styles, but in the meantime you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for pricing and sizing information.