I couldn’t stay away for too long from Quatre Cent Quinze. Do you remember when I first introduced you to this passionate unit of streetwear lovers? Not long ago we saw that Bloody Rose t-shirt that first sparked your interest but this French brand is back for more.
This time we deal with the classic of all classics with a modern twist. Gothic font, also known as Old English, has that strong appeal that belongs to streetwear since day one: from Rock Steady Crew to Motörhead, Eazy-E and Fool’s Gold Records quite a few artists borrowed this font one time or another.
This Fire Letters t-shirt not only has gothic letters but it’s also burning. Hot? Better yet lit af? Definitely. Stealing an idea to that skate mag whose sales of Flames tee are skyrocketing? Not really.
As I told you the other time, the modus operandi of this brand that calls both cities of Caen and Paris home is environmentally friendly: the lightweight tee here worn by Michela P is made of bio cotton. Like this wasn’t enough the ink used to digital print this t-shirt is bio too.
There are many ways to make the difference and these guys at Quatre Cent Quinze follow their path, happy about what they are doing, without the need of being clones of somebody else. You just need to peep its website to figure out for yourself what I am saying here: the inspiration is not missing. You too, after you checked its production will be ready to tell why they say with this tee that Quatre Cent Quinze is steaming hot. Passion, fun, quality of the prints and of the fabrics. All these elements combined and a wide range of subjects make this brand a winner so don’t be a loser: stop wearing what your friends wear and show some flavor.
Shop online for this item here > http://quatrecentquinze.fr/fr/home/873-classic.html
Photos courtesy of Ema/Nema photo