The Return of the Graphic Tee

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

The last time the graphic tee reigned, you were probably surrounded by guys doing keg-stands in a buddy's off-campus apartment. A staple of the nineties, the stylized T-shirt became a fashion punch line thanks to ink-loving labels like Ed Hardy, TapouT and Xtreme Couture. Now, the summer essential is getting a much needed makeunder courtesy of brands as diverse as Maison Martin Margiella and Gap. The only rules: No lame messages—and if you're going to drink a beer while wearing one, make sure it's in a cup.

Rogue's Gallery
Rogue's Gallery creative director Alex Carleton lives in Maine so it's no wonder he has a smart way with a sailing reference.

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