Custom Apparel

Tic Tac Created a One-of-a-Kind Pair of Luxury Branded Cufflinks
June 18, 2019 at 1:30 pm

Since so many monumental occurrences are marking their 50th anniversary this year, it can be easy to overlook that 2019 signals the golden jubilee of the introduction of Tic Tac mints, too. Among the best friends to questionable breath, the one-and-a-half calorie delights are receiving an interesting promotional push for their birthday, as Ferrero, the…

The 2019 Promo Apparel Style Guide
May 15, 2019 at 10:14 am

We asked the top promo apparel suppliers in just about every category—activewear, business attire, uniforms, socks, caps, everyday casual wear, etc.—for the big trends to look out for, decoration tips to consider, style predictions and so much more. Then, we put together all their answers in this handy promotional apparel roundup: the 2019 Style Guide...

Gordon Ramsay’s 'Idiot Sandwich' Skit to Get Its Own Promotional Earmuffs
March 15, 2019 at 1:22 pm

Ever since “Hell’s Kitchen” began to tear up the ratings in the early part of this decade, we have considered ourselves fans of its irascible host, the immortal Gordon Ramsay. Our admiration for his often less-than-cordial manner hit its peak in 2015, through a skit on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” in which…

Tinder Has Its Own Branded T-shirt Collection Now
February 4, 2019 at 1:44 pm

What would the world be without Tinder? For one thing, the global news cycle would be far less interesting or disturbing, depending on how one chooses to categorize some of the most recent stories involving the six-year-old dating application. With the ultimate commercialized observance, Valentine’s Day, a little more than a week away, the Tinder…

There’s Something Weird Happening With Luxury Fashion Logos
January 28, 2019 at 12:34 pm

It appears, as of late, that the representation of fashion logos has become an exercise in riskless conformity. A recent Business of Fashion op-ed argues that sans-serif fonts have become the go-to typefaces for luxury brands, so as to depict themselves as less about scripted ornamentation and more about themes like social justice and inclusivity (to the possible detriment of creativity and uniqueness). Whatever the case, it's weird...

Formula 1 Pushing to Settle Logo Dispute With 3M
September 12, 2018 at 1:31 pm

The Formula One Group is already smarting over second-quarter revenue and operating income declines, but those diminished totals might signal only the beginning of a period of financial frustration for the motorsport titan. Due to a logo controversy that its brand torchbearer, Formula 1, is facing, the Liberty Media-held entity might see its assets dip…

Will Drake's Personalized Tour Jackets Revolutionize Concert Merchandise?
July 11, 2018 at 12:30 pm

Concert merchandise continues to be a huge sales opportunity for musicians. With the enduring (and always growing) popularity of the graphic tee, everyone wants to show off their musical tastes with trendy concert merchandise. So, it's on the artists to create concert merchandise that both conveys their branding and stands out from other artists' offerings.…