Over two years ago, Street Etiquette, a blog turned fashion brand, released its short film "Black Ivy", that some could view as an influential moment in the current rise of menswear. Set to the soundtrack of Aretha Franklin's "Young, Gifted, and Black", the film featured chambray shirts, loafers, and tweed blazers worn by Street Etiquette bloggers Joshua Kissi, Travis Gumbs, and a host of their friends.
Now, Street Etiquette has linked up with Ouigi Theodore(featured in Black Ivy) and his brand, The Brooklyn Circus, and released a trio of T-shirts to pay homage to the Black Ivy. The shirts come in white, black, and burgundy respectively, are spun from 100 percent, and are manufactured in USA. You can grab one of these tees directly from Street Etiquette's e-commerce page for $35.
[via Street Etiquette]