Lengthy earlier than Instagram and meme accounts there was Henry Holland and his assortment of hillarious tongue in cheek t-shirt designs. From “I’ll let you know who’s boss Kate Moss” to “Uhu Gareth Pugh” after they launced in 2006, they grew to become on the spot sell-outs catapulting Henry into the highlight.
Quick ahead 11 years later and Holland is returning to his roots with the launch of ‘The T-shirt Store,’ a 24 piece streetwear assortment that includes eight collaborators from all over the world.
Together with t-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts, the collaborators together with the graphic artist Hey Reilly, the director Danielle Levitt and the artist Hattie Stewart have been dubbed ‘The Prime eight,’ a nod to MySpace’s ‘Prime Mates,’ and the social networking web site the place Holland bought his very first authentic tee.
Talking in regards to the launch, Holland says ‘Collaborating with different artists has at all times been an enormous a part of Home of Holland and it felt like the proper option to introduce our new streetwear capsule. Poets, illustrators, photographer, artists – there’s one thing for everybody – particularly in case you have a potty mouth!’
Obtainable now, costs begin from £59