As per most years, Dolce & Gabbana came up with the most loud, extravagant and fun T-shirt designs in Milan this spring.
£300, Dolce & Gabbana, www.mrporter.com
The vibrant Palace Skateboards logo has become an unofficial badge of cool for skatewear aficionados and the Fashion East set.
£32, Palace Skateboards, sluggerskatestore.co.uk
White Mountaineering is one of the most coveted new brands to come out of Japan in the past few years, as this quietly chic T-shirt shows.
£155, White Mountaineering, mrporter.com
Comedy T-Shirts can be truly awful, but there’s something charming and genuinely funny about these ones ‘inspired’ by the logo of Hermès.
Missoni is a brand that tends to insist upon even the most basic items becoming serious luxury pieces. This classic rippled knit is a case in point.
£240, Missoni, thecorner.com
You don’t always want to wear prints and spangles, so it’s important to really nail the basics. British brand Albam does a beautiful line in plain tees.
The Danish label Wood Wood’s Harry tee is a dream to wear, with its wide neck opening, long and baggy sleeves and bruised rugby fleece fabric.
For everyone who had a Nasa T-shirt or astronaut costume as a kid, this sporty, spacey design provides a mix of style and nostalgia.
£116, Comme Des Garçons Shirt, farfetch.com
Grunge is most definitely back, with the trend reaching its zenith this summer. Get in there early with this so-wrong-it’s-right tie-dye number.
Though the Aztecs’ love of human sacrifice is definitely something that should be consigned to history, their prints are a different matter.
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