The t-shirt: a vessel of change and protest. Only first considered more than an undergarment in the 1950s, popularised by celebrities such as Marlon Brando, iconic in his clean white shirt in A Streetcar Named Desire.
As bright colours became more fashionable during the 1960s, and tie dye became popular, the t-shirt became a staple of everyday fashion. They were the perfect garment to carry logos, band imagery, promotional material; it's no wonder they became such an integral part of the modern wardrobe.
Here we have some of our absolute favourite retro-style t-shirts from around the globe:
And here are a couple of our favourite retro tees, available from our online store. Hurry before someone else snaps 'em up!