I've noticed a growing trend of people wearing graphic T-shirts that either have something written or some kind of logo on them. Plain Tees have been thrown out of the window. The inclusion of graphics can have a nice impact on an overall outfit. I sometimes enjoy reading what is written on people's T-shirts. I just try to be discreet to avoid awkward glances. Although, what gets me a little confused is how everyone these days claim to have clothing lines. Should these people call their graphic T-shirt collections "clothing lines"? It seems like owning a clothing-line now means mass producing "cheap T-shirt with catchy words written on them." When did this qualify as owning a clothing line? A clothing line should show individuality and originality. There should be a mix of different designs, styles, and fabrics in the collection of clothes. The line should aim for something that would make people go 'wow' and as a result be able to identify the line with a distinct signature. These so-called designers think that printing something on T-Shirts somehow makes them a clothing line. It sounds far-fetched and insulting to those who actually make the effort. T-shirt designers should learn to make the distinction between a clothing-line and a T-shirt line.
(ukoemem - Author; Ola Y - Editor)