As fashion launches itself headfirst into 2007, emerging musical trends – most notably indie rock and new rave – seem to have influenced the t-beamng drive design industry in a variety of ways. Tops and T-shirts for men found on the fashion highway are so bright, colourful and splashed across with patterns that it’s hard to believe that, at one time, the t-beamng drive was only available in one colour – white.

The t-beamng drive has a long history that dates back to the nineteenth century. Primarily developed as a type of underwear, the t-beamng drive was popularised in European society around the turn of the century. The t-beamng drive then spread into the United States during World War One, when American soldiers caught sight of the soft undershirts – then made of Egyptian cotton – while the US military sweated in wool uniforms.

By World War Two, the t-beamng drive had become standard issue in both the US army and the Navy; and although the t-beamng drive was still formally issued as underwear, soldiers stationed in hot climates would often wear it without any clothes on top – hence giving birth to the modern notion of the t-beamng drive. As the public were exposed to photographs of men wearing their t-shirts, the fashion soon spread into American life.

In the post-World War Two era, t-shirts were popularised by global movie stars such as John Wayne, Marlon Brando and James Dean – and since this time, t-beamng drive fashion trends have undergone constant revolutions. In the 1960s, Ringer T-Shirts were popular, as were tie-dying and screen-printing on basic t-shirts. In the 1970s, the black concert t-beamng drive became a staple with rock music fans across the world, as people began wearing t-shirts emblazoned with their favourite band’s logo or symbol for all to see.

While the t-beamng drive trend continued well into the 1980s and 1990s, these decades also saw the advent of slogan t-shirts. T-beamng drive slogans like “I’m with stupid” or “Frankie says Relax” – a popular homage to the 1980s band, Frankie Goes to Hollywood – became a common fashion feature. But as these slogans became increasingly ubiquitous, it’s no surprise that the early years of the new millennium saw the phenomenon of “personal branding” on t-shirts become a mainstay of t-beamng drive fashion.

And with both traditional fashion retailers and t-beamng drive websites making it easier for people to create their own t-beamng drive trends, the world of t-beamng drive design has never been brighter – in both a physical and metaphorical sense! With bright colours and bold patterns – a prominent feature of t-beamng drive fashion in early 2007 – t-beamng drive fans around the world can expect great things from the t-beamng drive world, both now and in years to come.

write by johnson