Hey, hey, hey!

What’s up? I just wanted to let you guys know that I’m starting off this new project of mine. I have this love of 3/4 sleeved raglan t-shirts but sometimes the designs can get so irritating. So thus, an idea formed into my head. Why not market plain 3/4 sleeved raglan t-shirts to the general market?

It probably isn’t only me who is kind of annoyed with some of the overly graphic designs that some of the other lines come up with. Or, it could be a breath of fresh air wearing something plain. There are still lots of color combinations to choose from since there are infinite possibilities for the sleeves and body!
I’ll let you know once we’ve started procuring materials and smoothening out the design process. Get stoked!
But wait, that’s not all! I’ve just been given the go signal on focusing my attention to blogging about the Cebu independent clothing scene! Maybe by around next week, I’ll post to you my e-interview with the man behind Killapinas Threads, Sir Doyle See!

With very interesting color tones and artdesign that is unlike other brands, you will be surely amazed with how he gets the bacon home! He’s recently designed shirts for local bands Twinkledudu and The Line Divides. Aside from designing for Killapinas Threads, he’s also shared his work with other brands such as ROBO Muffin and Cerdo Clothing, to name a few.

But let’s not get too excited, we’ll have the full interview for you as soon as possible. Check back to this page everyday, who knows when it may arrive! Things are happening this 2011 and it’s time to get raving! See you all on the flipside!

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