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Posted by Max Slade on

Did You Know?

Putting on a t-shirt first thing in the morning may not bring any second thought. The garment is simple as can be, and used either as a base layer or a canvas to display any graphic or design imaginable. While a seemingly age-old clothing item, the domestic production of the t-shirt is officially only as old as the 19th century, first produced during 1898’s Mexican-American war where those in the navy used them for basic layering. Prior, the t-shirt was DIY’d by laborers, who were known to split jumpsuits in half when experiencing warmer temperatures. Similarly, the Middle East’s construction...

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Spring Time is T-Shirt Time

Posted by John Peterson on

Spring Time is T-Shirt Time

If you’re not from Seattle or are unfamiliar with its recurring weather patterns, then here's a local secret: spring in Seattle can be superb. It’s a beautiful moment when all the locals get to hang up their winter jackets and enjoy every ray of sun that breaks through the stratus clouds overhead. No matter where you live, one thing is certain: spring time is t-shirt time. Now that we are in the full swing of spring, we wanted to share with you some of our favorite t-shirts from the LIKELIHOOD store. From creative brands like Real Bad Man to Carrots, our wide selection...

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Hidden Figures - Honey Dijon

Posted by Michael Garrett on

Hidden Figures - Honey Dijon

A DJ at the forefront of the fashion world, Honey Dijon’s presence and inspiration is larger than life. Her knowledge of the art and fashion world can be quickly understood through her extensive magazine collection, an archive that includes practically every existing issue of i-D, W, and Vogue Italia. Born in Chicago, Dijon’s career was almost immediately graced with stardom in the form of mentorships by Derrick Carter and Danny Tenaglia along with connection to fashion figureheads like Ricardo Tisci (the creative director of Burberry). These fashion links continue when reviewing her bottomless resume: she’s created soundtracks for Louis Vuitton shows, released a...

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Our Legacy - Total Freedom

Posted by Michael Garrett on

Our Legacy - Total Freedom

Total Freedom We are proud to introduce Our Legacy, the Swedish cult brand at the junction between familiar and irregular.  Founded in 2005 by Jockum Hallin and Cristopher Nying, Our Legacy has redefined what a clothing brand can and should be. Their focus on recontextualizing silhouettes and experimenting with materials through different dying and washing techniques has lent each new season a sense of mystery and excitement.  For us, Our Legacy represents the freedom of style. Their garments are not beholden to one specific style tribe or aesthetic. Giving you the ability to work any of their pieces into your...

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Hidden Figures - Marina Yee

Posted by Michael Garrett on

Hidden Figures - Marina Yee

Antwerp 6 For fashion fanatics that may not be familiar with Marina Yee, she may be more on your radar than you would initially think. After all, Yee is a member of the Antwerp Six, a legendary group of Belgian Avant-Garde designers who all graduated from the city’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts between 1980 and 1981. While each member maintained their own unique inspiration and style, the group as a whole carved a path for a now endless line of experimental designers that have achieved commercial success. Yee specifically remains the enigma of the group, always respected for her reconstructed secondhand garments. Recent work -...

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