Tag Archives: clothing

Yes or (Chi)no?

2015 saw the introduction of some exciting new brands at Indigo HQ, one being the fabulous Asquith and Fox. They have introduced an item previously unavailable on the promotional clothing scene, the brightly coloured chino. They would make the perfect addition to a street promo team or a quirky staff uniform, and have polo shirts […]

Tear Away Labels

Starting a t-shirt brand can be an expensive experience. We always recommend starting slowly, with minimal outlay. One such way of saving money early on, is to use tear away label tees. Anvil are our favourite for this. The garments are super soft and the colours bold and vibrant, perfect for retail. The tear away […]

Premium Brand Review: Berghaus

Berghaus was established by mountaineering enthusiasts Peter Lockey and Gordon Davison in the late 60’s, the German name translates suitably to ‘mountain house’. They have since established a reputation as one of the best quality outdoor performance kits on the market. We supply Berghaus at competitive rates and all promotional items can be customised to […]

Oh Baby!

Baby-wear becomes more popular year on year, and this is reflected in our catalogues expanding section of  baby-wear for 2015. The basic all white onesie and bib, have been upgraded to stripy knot hats with matching tees, baby hoodies and sweatpants, contrast raglan sweats and even a peppa pig inspired (I’m assuming!) paddle rainsuit! If […]

Art Without a Roof

This morning’s cuppa tee read comes from the very home of the beloved t-shirt, and what an inspiring read it was. ‘Art Without a Roof’ are a American social enterprise company, offering homeless creative minds a chance to make a difference, based in San Fransisco. Masterpieces created by homeless artists are converted to printed t-shirts […]

I Bike London T-Shirts

[Source: ] Indigo Clothing produced these t-shirts for 29 year old entrepreneur and architect Anthony Lau. Anthony was the designer of the racks that hold the bikes for the new London cycle hire scheme. You can buy the t-shirts from Velorution cycle shop in Great Titchfield Street, Soho.