T-Shirt Tuesdays » Truly Good Tees from FALSE

November 2, 2010

top: FALSE Falcon and From the Deep End Tee
bottom: FALSE Amazing and Gasp Tee

After a whole day of assembling a new IKEA kitchen island my hands are cramped but the kitchen is just that little bit more organized so, phew. To celebrate, I cooked up a totally local dinner for YZ and I: delish rabbit sausages from The Meat Hook, potatoes and onions from the McCarren Park farmers market, and gorgeous swiss chard from the Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm crew (they’ve got a stand outside of Roberta’s on Sunday which made our brunch outing twice as fantastic).

It seems the days have been just zipping by, which is always the case when there’s gobs of work to be done: DOC Wine Shop’s eCommerce site to launch on Monday, with two independent film sites and a freelance blogger and stylist’s site launching next week too — Lo’s List has sadly been getting the short end of the stick these past weeks! Not that we’ve been sleeping… hope y’all are liking the new site design?! More great Lo’s List changes and additions are coming, including another writer added to our team (yay Adriane!), contributor’s bios, a new playlist, gift guides and more!

It’s been a few weeks since our last T-Shirt Tuesday and you know what a sucker I am for well-styled B&W collections (NoStyleButGoodSense, A Year of Tees Project, Long, Kate Moross)… These handprinted FALSE tees (available at sister brand Anti-Anti) are gloomy, monochrome, and a perfect match for black leggings, an oversized cardigan, and big leather boots! Funny that we’re blogging yet again about a husband/wife team (The Sunday Times Market, Smiling Planet, Upon a Fold…) seeing that YZ’s and my big 1-year anniversary is coming up on Saturday! Le Messie and Amanda Scully — the couple behind FALSE — are far from lacking in talent and skill. Their precision in printmaking (play the video), bold graphics, and intelligent collaborations (Japanese Cartoon) make each piece a true wardrobe stand-out.

1 comment

Leave a Comment

Theme by Blogmilk + Coded by Brandi Bernoskie