Irish sweatshirts

It’s possible via these Irish sweatshirts

更新日 2017年06月07日

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It’s easy to feel personally victimised by fashion when those in the know are claiming that plastic jeans and kitten heels are the hot new thing, but sometimes the stars align and a trend comes along which fits perfectly into your life.

Step forward the sweatshirt, that comfortable thing you wear when you’re hungover on a Sunday, and so hot right now.

While the Repeal movement’s black and white sweatshirts were not created for fashion purposes, there is no denying that they have become a fashionable item. In fact, there are now several different, equally stylish, sweatshirts available for fundraising purposes. Outside of politics, they’re having a moment too.

Peter Bradley is a Galway-based fine artist who specialises in portraits and was shortlisted for the Hennessy Portrait Prize in 2016. This month, with his partner, he launched Grey + Ginger Clothing which sells sweatshirts adorned with Peter’s work.

The idea began as a way to support his studio practice, but he says he’s really enjoying the experience of sharing his work in a different way.

“Sweatshirts are without a doubt my favourite thing to wear... I love the idea of a garment that looks as good when you are walking the high street as it is comfortable when you are lounging around on the couch at home.”

It’s not often the fashion world smiles upon those of us who live to lounge around on the couch at home, but the sweatshirt trend started a few years ago when brands like Kenzo and Givenchy put them on the runway, and they don’t seem to be going anywhere.

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