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Guys, listen up: The Rogue Sublime V-neck is a wardrobe essential. This tee, favorite among celebrities Gavin Rossdale and Ian Somerhalder, is awesome for every day wear and it matches pretty much anything.
We are stoked to announce that yesterday marked the launch of our SINGER22 Outlet site! It’s dedicated to make your shopping experience much easier when browsing through our sale merchandise. There are more filter options and categories so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
You can shop all sale merchandise by percentage discounted, trend, celebrity, category and designer. The outlet site also let’s you see best selling merchandise on sale. There’s a convenient button that takes you right back to the SINGER22 main site so you can shop all your favorite styles.
It’s time to get rid of the pizza-stained shirts, so you should probably make room in your closet for these comfy and casual tees. We all need those basic shirts that match pretty much everything in our wardrobe. Toni Spence and Jenny Graham created Velvet, which consists of soft and sumptuous fabrics. Luckily for us, they also created Velvetmen that fits every guys need for a basic, comfortable tee. (more…)
In the fall of 2009, Jeff Fagen walked into the Manhattan flagship store of a major surfwear company and had a painful revelation. ”Like the recent college graduate who suddenly realizes his upside down, jello-shot days are over, I suddenly realized that I could no longer relate to the styles laid out in front of me; the baggy fit, the loud prints—none of it made sense. I’m a former Jones Beach lifeguard and a zealous wave rider—but as a grown man in the surf, I don’t want to look like a rodeo clown or one of the kids hanging out in front of the 7-11.” And so the brand was born. Imagine the creative force of 1 billion freed spirits. Imagine Mao dropping in on the dawn lineup at Ditch Plains. Imagine a new culture governed by Swell Thinking and Panda Diplomacy. This is Liberated China. The ultimate triumph of spirit in an authoritarian world. An east coast brand steeped in the tenacious optimism of the east coast surfer. A brand for the man with style and a sly edge who knows when to make waves and when to ride them.
Everyone has their favorite watering hole and three of ours are in NYC. Actually had my first “legal” beer at McSorley’s. Tailgate has a collection of great graphic t’s that feature the great drinking establishments’ logos from around the country; in the old days one would refer to their favorite bar as a Speakeasy. If you’re not so lucky to be able to visit in person, you can look like you did.
With Spring Break upon us and Memorial Day and summer round the corner we were stoked to see some of our favorite gear amongst Selectism’s “10 Wet Short”. Onia‘s Calder Short and Lightning Bolt‘s boardshort were mentioned. If those don’t suffice we also have Sundek and Olasul as well. Pair any of these trunks with a great graphic t, tank, your favorite shades and Havaianas and you’re ready to jet to the beach or poolside. (more…)
Havaianas is known for making the world’s best flip flop, straight from the beaches in Brazil and available worldwide. São Paulo, Brazil is the predominant city in the graffiti world with the largest number of works, and considered one of the top cities in the world to appreciate street art and Havaianas has found a way for you to sport some of this killer art. We are stoked about the union between Havaianas and urban art, and have these limited edition flip-flops with prints from 3 renowned graffiti artists: Highraff, Speto and Zezão. Havaianas are a must have for the summer months, whether paired with denim, your favorite boardshorts from Onia, Sundek or Olasul; or rocking shorts from Burkman Bros. Throw on your Ray-Bans or Persol shades and fill a Wm. J. Mills & Co. duffel with some tanks and Fred Perry polos and you’re ready for a rockin’ beach weekend.
There are some staples every guy’s wardrobe should not be without. One is the iconic polo shirt. Launched at Wimbledon in 1952, the Fred Perry polo shirt was an immediate success, known for its laurel logo and adopted as part of the uniform of the punks and mods and today’s hipsters worldwide. We like to stick to our laurels and note that some celebs like and Stephen Moyer and Zac Efron are fans too. Offered in solid or the timeless twin tipped polo in a never ending combination of colors, pair them with jeans, khakis or your favorite boardshort, havaianas and shades for afternoon cocktails by the pool.