There's nothing quite like a perfectly worn-in T-shirt to throw on during those sizzling hot New York summer days. Pair it with the perfect pair of denim cut-offs, add old school Converses, and throw in a rooftop party: Your summer fundays are pretty much set. So, how amped are we that DJ Mathieu Schreyer is switching from spin master to fashion designer with
? His new unisex collection of gritty-cool tees and tanks are ideal for all your warm-weather weekends. They're not too casual—you could easily slip a lil' boyfriend blazer on top for an outfit that's a bit rock 'n' roll. Each season, the screen-printed tees will represent a different theme. For summer, it's international and eclectic music--think album covers (Larry Williams), music posters (Melody Nelson), and old-school New York graphics (an old boxing announcement from Tompkins Square Park is ridiculously rad). Mixing vintage nostalgia with local culture in a no-fail color palette of gray, black, and white, rockin' one of these babies will give you an instant hit of street-cred. If you end up grabbing the goods, might we suggest you flaunt it at the Bowery Hotel? Chances are Schreyer will be behind the turntables.
Don't have the perfect summertime T-shirt? Well we're giving you a chance to score not one, but TWO of Unknown Soldier's tees: The gray Tompkins Square tank and the Melody Nelson white tee in a petite L. Just post a pic on our Facebook page of your favorite vintage album cover and the most original one scores the tee!