Winter is fading away and it’s time to put away the heavy and cozy clothes, we’re ready to show some skin with our favourite light garments. Bold 3monochrome palettes, high contrast digital photographic prints, marble textures and stripes are the main elements of this season’s bestsellers t-shirts.

T-shirt on the left: Off-White  

T-shirt on the right: Hood by Air



T-shirt: Rick Owens DRKSHDW  



T-shirt on the left: Hood by Air  

T-shirt on the right: Marcelo Burlon


Hood by Air is a New York based brand, the brand debuted in 2006 and for this season head designer Shayne Oliver has continued to bring an innovative and visionary approach adding low resolution textures, matte grey bands and mono tonal photographs to his jersey t-shirts. For the Spring Summer collection Rick Owens continues his experiment of shapes, construction and composition, yet focusing on expertly manufactured garments and backed up by a cared and considered approach to cut, detailing and material use.



T-shirt: KTZ


Marcelo Burlon's journey into our deep rooted cultural heritage never ends. The new County of Milan collection is a further step into his unique and multicultural approach, taking inspiration mainly from Latin America, Mexico and Argentina cults and graphics, without forgetting the Western urban lifestyle, achieving a perfect mix between traditional and modern styles. On the other side, Yohji Yamamoto continues his research on sporty and elegant apparel, meeting the experience and cutting-edge technology of Adidas, together pushing the boundaries of performance wear.



T-shirt on the left: Y-3 by Yohji Yamamoto  

T-shirt on the right: Marcelo Burlon