GPPR (Last gang In Town) has released their new SS11 collection and it's pretty damn cool.
Americana gang influences run throughout with stared T-Shirts (if the designers reading this can we have one please?) and leopard print shirts that are so far away from Pat Butcher it's not funny, and thatís a hard thing to achieve.
They say : 'Born of youth rebellion and subcultures, GPPR seeks to create apparel for the refined and mature activist.'
You can find GPPR online and shop away to your hearts content but donít forget the shipping charges.
Today is the launch of the 15th annual Fashion Targets Breast Cancer collection which will see a series of designs hitting high street stores.
Unlike in previous years when just one T-shirt has been on offer, this year the FTBC line, of which 30% of each sale goes to the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity, will include a whole collection. Amongst the pieces now on sale are a 'Love' T-shirt at Topshop, a heart print blouse from River Island and an Aamaya by Priyanka cocktail ring from my-wardrobe.com as well as pieces in Warehouse, Marks & Spencer, Coast and Laura Ashley.
The pieces will be on sale in stores and online for the next six weeks with prices ranging between £1.50 to £157 and here are the Topshop tee and Priyanka cocktail ring for you to check out...
Who's Jack is of course always on the look out for great menswear designers and we have found another, Frater Clothing.
We recently had through the Frater SS2011 look book full of wicked denim shirts and T-shirts. The great thing about Frater is that they take on the fashion vibe for their menswear but they don't take it too far - ie so trendy you couldn't wear it. In doing this it truly becomes a brand for everyone, the fashion conscious and the people that just want something well made and nice to wear.
Michael Brown started Frater clothing in 2010 at the tender age of 21. A Manchester born fashion designer, Michael has taken in the heritage and history of the city to use as his inspiration for his collections.
We are seeing yet more of the Americana that is sweeping the fashion brand world currently in the new Ts coming from Frater but the range is mostly eclectic with further inspirations taken from influences and wide sweeping as Historical Battles.
Howdy cowboys an' girls. To celebrate the release of the western classic True Grit on Blue Ray DVD on 7th February by Paramount Home Entertainment we are running a super special competition. The winner will get not just an exclusive "What Would JW Do?" T-shirt (stand out from the crowd in fashion week), but also two tickets to an exclusive True Grit event.
The True Grit event in Kings Cross next Wednesday 9th February will feature a screening of the film, whilst playing John Wayne bingo- striking off classic actions, moments and phrases from special bingo cards designed for the film to win a special John Wayne prize. Also provided will be a special themed buffet with whisky, beans and Rooster Cogburn's favourite corn dodgers available on the night.
The question is:
If you could hang out with John Wayne for a day what would you do?
The best answer emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org wins a pair of tickets to the exclusive True Grit event on Wednesday and a limited edition 'What Would JW Do?' T-shirt. The competition will close at 12pm on Tuesday and the winner will be notified by email.
Large lovers of celestial prints here at Jack we had to put these T's on our pages. We have, as avid readers will pick up promoted these before but there is a now a new and similar yet still as beautiful range to rave about. What other T-shirt could look so magical? And now for SS11 Christopher Kane reveals his first Menes collection which I guarantee will be on many a woman's back soon as it's out regardless. RSVP gallery will be stocking them soon. General CK can be found at Net-a-Porter.