Our favorite shirt, worn throughout the ages, certain to look good throughout all the years, Marco will be wearing his into the nursing home. It's here again, the iconic KIOSK t-shirt with a print originally created by Ross Menuez in 2005 for the stairwell of the first KIOSK. Marco literally wore his various colors / versions to shreds so we had to make more, threadbare does not go over so well in certain circles, but we also had to make it better. This time around we have produced one version, a white shirt with red ink, as a co-production with our high integrity pals Everybody World. Iris is a friend of ours from way back and if there is a brand we want to work with, it's them. Who else is changing the industry? Produced from reclaimed cotton manufacturing waste and knit, cut, sewn and printed in Los Angeles, it's all good.