Bambu Apparel: Graphic T's That Won't Shame You!
In a world of really really bad bedazzled, bejeweled and bedouched graphic t-shirts, Bambu Apparel brings a fun yet artsy and rocker feel...
In a world of really really bad bedazzled, bejeweled and bedouched graphic t-shirts, Bambu Apparel brings a fun yet artsy and rocker feel to people who just want to pop.
Designer Sarah Saiger launched Bambu Apparel in 2009. Drawing inspiration from the original artwork of one of the world’s oldest brand, Bambu. Bambu Apparel revives a rich heritage of art and advertising dating back to the company’s inception in 1764.
Each line in the collection speaks to a story behind Bambu’s past crafted around Saiger’s vision of combining historic art and modern fashion. Saiger is widely considered an expert on Bambu’s history, artwork, and cultural significance as her grandfather purchased Bambu in 1985 and her grandmother manages the thriving rolling paper company out of the company’s Long Island headquarters.
Above: I love how each shirt looks like a work of art. You could actually frame them for some interesting conversation pieces in a den, work area or even a bathroom of your house or apartment. I love the shirt with the Royalty on it. It adds some fun drama to your tee collection.
I always like when fashion ties art and history together. I believe that you can make clothes wearable art even if there is no designs on them.
These shirts would make a fun addition to your weekend wear or they could give you that pop of flare, fun and inspiration at the gym. You could also pair them with vests, cardigans, jackets, blazers, etc.
You can be certain that these shirts are for people who want to have fun with their tees without rhinestones, tattoo designs and tigers, OH MY!
Above: Two shirts from Bambu Apparel's Collection.