Indigo Clothing will be closed for Easter on Good Friday 3rd April and Easter Monday 6th April. If you have left the Easter promo a little late, you have until 2pm today to call the London office for any last minute t-shirt print orders. I’m not being bunny, I mean funny, but we just might […]
Stepping away from the tees and sweat basics, this week H&M tweeted a teaser from their latest high profile collaboration. This time sees the turn of the fabulous French fashion house, Isabel Marant. What was different to previous campaigns, was that this wasn’t a shot of a slender catwalk model, but of Marant herself, modelling […]
Following in the footsteps of Abercrombie and Victoria Secrets, J Crew is the latest US brand to set up on UK Shores. May saw a temporary pop up store, and late 2013 J Crew will launch their first permanent store outside of the USA – in a prime spot on London’s Regent Street. The brand […]
So what festivals are our Indigo-go’s heading to this year? We are keeping local and going to Wireless at the Olympic site in Stratford, with JT headlining, it’s sure to be amazing! I’m not ashamed to say I’ve been planning my festival look since booking the tickets a few months ago, the only issue, as […]
We have recently digitally printed some photographic ‘action shot’ t-shirts of Elisha for the staff involved in the organisation of this event. Some details are below, and anyone wishing to contribute can get in touch via Indigo or attend the charity game. Elisha Downer was a keen footballer starting out at primary school and eventually […]
Any Fulham Fans not yet renewed their season tickets! We hope the Indigo printed tees done the job! Doesn’t defender Philippe Senderos look great in our White Fruit Premium range! Commit!
The Indigo Clothing blog has been pretty quiet of late as, some of you may already know, we have been in the process of moving across London this summer. We left our Old Street, N1 office of the previous 5 years and relocated to a bigger, more industrial unit in East London, E10. We have now […]
Ralph Lauren, the company that brought us polo shirts with small embroidered polo players on (just in case you were in any doubt who they were!) are coming to London in Autumn/Winter 2011 with their monobrand Rugby Rugby Ralph Lauren store in the UK. (more…)
[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.
With Kate on a much deserved summer holiday the blog has been quiet. My apologies. Stephan however has been raving to me about a screen printing club in Dalston, London that we should write up. Set up in 2007, Print Club allows members to use their well equipped studio to produce posters, t-shirts, art prints, […]