Drawing on Native American and Egyptian imagery, Philadelphia-based Moonblood tees are the handiwork of RISD alum and former Urban Outfitters/Free People designer Amy Eldon. Made in small editions, her hand drawn graphics are in keeping with Moonblood's use of Alternative Apparel and American Apparel tees and "a fascination with imagery evoking the feeling of places and spaces." Many tees feature blends, like a poly-cotton-rayon, and "burnout" fabric, for that perfect-soft feel and a unique look. All are hand-printed by local printers and hand-dyed. Shirts start at $38 (but U.S. shipping is free!) from Moonblood, but their totes a distinctive accessory too.
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