Editor Approved Summer Tees From Kershkicks

Written by: Scott Murphy



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These Summer Tees Are All You Need

The summer weather is beginning, well we hope, and it’s the perfect time to ramp up the wardrobe styling with some fresh new summer tees. We have a huge collection of streetwear at Kershkicks and a plethora of brands sure to fit with any style and taste, allowing the opportunity to match the sneakers you just treated yourself to and completing the overall look. We have rounded up some of our favourites below, with brands such as Denim Tears, Marino Morwood, Corteiz, Broken Planet Market, and Supreme all included, making this a complete collection sure to satisfy any style.

Denim Tears Every Tear Is a Star Tee

Founded in 2019 by designer Tremaine Emory, Denim Tears tells a story with each collection, revealing what Tremaine calls the African Diaspora. The brand has been a part of a variety of collaborations, most notably with Ugg, Stussy, Champion, Levi’s, and Dior. The distinct designs of the products are a staple in today’s streetwear environment and the tees are the perfect additions to the wardrobe for the summer rotation.

Marino Morwood Collection

Starting in 2016, Marino Morwood drew inspiration from the lack of quality rap tees on the market that sported the iconic designs so prevalent in the 90’s. Marino took it upon himself to the correct this gap and has since released a huge variety of printed tees on heavyweight blanks, ensuring the tees not only look good bit fit nicely.

Kaws x Uniqlo Tees

Teaming up multiple times throughout the years, Japanese retailer Uniqlo and New-York based artist KAWS are the perfect pairing, thanks to the affordable and well-loved clothing Uniqlo offers and the premium nature of KAWS reputation, resulting in sell-out collections and mass hype. The most recent offering was much the same, selling out online and in-store in quick effect, and producing a series of garments perfect for the wardrobe. Now, with summer on the horizon, we have selected some of our favourite summer tees from Uniqlo and KAWS.

Corteiz Selection

Corteiz is without a doubt one of the hottest brands now, with a plethora of clothing dropping each week and hot collaborations with Nike on the Air Max 95 that has proven to be one of the most popular releases in recent years. The clothing includes a variety of items such as cargos, hoodies, tees, and shorts, but the tees are what we are focused on now. The tees all possess vibrant prints and eye-catching designs, with a choice for any style and making these the perfect options for summer tees.

Broken Planet Market

Led by couple Lukas Žvikas and Indre Narbutaite, Broken Planet Market has quickly grown to land itself a prominent spot within the streetwear community. Tapping into various inspirations such as outer space and hip-hop, the brands aesthetic relies on large, graphic-heavy designs that is largely different from most other popular brands on the scene at the moment. The standout factor of Broken Planet Market is not only their eye-catching designs, but their focus on sustainability, with every factor of the garment and design carefully considered such as degradable packaging and the use of 100% organic cotton. Having amassed such quick success, Broken Planet Market is only getting started, and we can’t wait to see what else they come up with.

Supreme Tees

Established in 1994 in New York City, Supreme has grown from a simple skate store to a worldwide figure within the streetwear industry. Founded by James Jebbia, the cult brand first opened in lower Manhattan due to the fact there was nowhere else in the area to buy skate products at the time. Throughout the years, Supreme now has multiple stores worldwide and continues to drop new clothing every Thursday both online and in store. Supreme is famous for multiple collaborations that have arisen over time, most notably with the likes of Tiffany, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, The North Face, and Stone Island to name a few. Aside from the infamous Box Logo designs, a variety of designs feature on the tees that present obscure graphics synonymous with Supreme’s brand image.