Posts Tagged with “clothing”

Bernard Series 1227

Bernard Series 1227

Bernard Series 1227

Bernard Series 1227

Bernard Series 1227

Bernard Series 1227

I wrote about Bernard’s beautiful cycling kit a few years ago, and now they’ve released a new design with the Series 1227.

The series includes short sleeve jersey, bib shorts, wind vest and arm warmers, and are all made in Italy.

Founder and designer, Brandon Sincock, explains the design:

The new kit is an evolution of the original design – working with similar elements, and a shared design sensibility, but further exploring layering & the overlapping of elements as they wrap around the body, and transition from front to back. As well, color and typography are always key elements in our designs, and the way the designs play within the context of a rider’s unique position on the bike.

I’m a cyclist, and it’s hard to find clothing that is really well designed, and functional. Looks like Bernard is on the right track.

The great photography is by Jordan Clark Haggard.

North East

North East

North East

Japan based North East collaborates with various graphic designers, illustrators, and photographers to produce high-quality t-shirts featuring exclusive designs. Their collection already includes designs by Build, Mash Creative, Neubau and more.

Carlos Tarrats

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Carlos Tarrats is an exceptionally talented youngster working at American Apparel in Los Angeles. His work is so refreshing and reminds me of the classic designs from the 60’s. Love it!        

Ugmonk

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Designer Jeff Sheldon has just launched Ugmonk, a clothing brand focused on providing high-quality products with simple, yet fresh graphics. Gorgeous tee’s.        

Le Sucre Clothing

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German based clothing label Le Sucre has a new collection featuring some beautiful type designs.        

Wear Palettes

Wear Color

Photo by Scott Schuman

Wear Palettes is a great blog by Swiss graphic design student Daniel that features about 1500 color palettes that are based on the photography at The Sartorialist. An excellent inspiration of color.