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It's been one week since a terrorist atrocity brought Manchester to a standstill, and as the city struggles to comes to terms with the death of dozens of its citizens, countless stories continue to emerge about the people who lost their lives last Monday night.

Tributes have poured in for the young and old who were killed as an Ariana Grande concert in the Manchester Arena drew to a close, and one name which has been mentioned all over the world is Martyn Hett.

Remembered by Mariah Carey as a superfan and honoured by Nick Grimshaw as a 'character', the young man made a resounding impression on people far and wide through his creative, engaging and imaginative presence on social media.

And one Irish woman, who wanted to pay her own tribute, was much-loved illustrator, Holly Shortall.

'Paint me like one of your French girls' he said. I finally got around to it @martynhett you were one of a kind we will miss you forever," she wrote alongside her recent upload.

Three days after sharing a creation which epitomised his free spirit and the effect he had on this around him, Holly revealed she was overjoyed to learn that her illustration had been made into T-shirts.

"My heart is bursting that with his family and friends blessing, my tribute to our friend @martynhett will be made into tshirts by the wonderful @philipnormal with proceeds going to Martyn's family will update when they are available," Holly wrote alongside an image of the T-shirt.

Messages of support have flooded Holly's page since the news broke, with one follower writing: "This is amazing! Can't wait to purchase one. Great idea from a great person with a huge heart. He would be bursting with pride!"

"Such an amazing tribute, Holly! From what I've read, I'm so sorry I never got to know him, he seemed like an incredible human," added another.

You can purchase the T-shirts from the gofundme page which was established to honour Martyn's memory.



With 188,000 likes and 85,000 retweets in just three days, it's fair to say the Twitosphere is pretty damn impressed with the T-shirt a 17-year-old lad from Houston Texas rocked in recent days.

Aaron, who has been the victim of homophobia in the past, decided to snap up a garment which suggested people should bite their tongue instead of verbalising their prejudices.

"Why be racist, sexist, homophobic or transphobic when you could just be quiet?" read the slogan on the now uber-popular T-shirt.

Speaking to BuzzFeed, Aaron explained: "I have been a victim of bulling because I am gay and, yes, I have overcome all of those obstacles in my life, and when I saw the shirt I was amazed because of the message the shirt says."

"‘Just be quiet,’ as in, ‘If you have nothing nice to say, just don’t say it at all.” he added.

"Where can I get this shirt, I need it," wrote one Twitter user while another added: "This is everything."

"I need this top to shut my sister in law up with her homophobic comments," remarked another Twitter user,

Aaron, we salute you.


In the aftermath of Brangelina’s breakup, the Internet was quick to take sides with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and – for whatever reason – Brad’s ex Jennifer Aniston.

But while most people watched the web-based hysteria from a distance, online retailer Missguided decided to get right in on the action.

On the back of the drama, the popular site released a trio of coloured t-shirts, each of which is donned with a “Team Brad”, “Team Angelina” or “Team Jen” logo.

While Missguided is well known for its cheeky approach to marketing, the move did not go down well with the brand’s followers, with many taking to Twitter to denounce the controversial tees.

One social media user wrote: “Hey @Missguided How about t-shirts which say ‘Team Not Pitting Women Against Each Other.’”

While another said: “Why are @Missguided selling “Team Brad”, “Team Angelina” and “Team Jen” t-shirts?  Bit rude cashing in on someone’s divorce like that, nah?”

It seems Missguided has not been swayed by the backlash, as all three tops are still available for purchase on the site.



Former One Directioner Zayn Malik must be developing a flair for fashion from hanging out with model girlfriend Gigi Hadid as the singer has just launched his very own clothing line.

According to Hello! Fashion, Zayn has created a 23-piece collection of t-shirts and hoodies which feature shots of Zayn and includes Urdu script – a touch which connects the collection to the singer’s Pakistani heritage.

Speaking of the venture, Zayn told Vogue: “Everything was created with the idea that this is something I would want to wear.”

"I wanted to approach this as an opportunity to extend my ideas as an artist, and to give fans another facet of who I am."

"My family is from Pakistan, so having artwork in Urdu has huge significance to me."

The 23-year-old star worked on the collection with British illustrator Mark Wilkinson, who previously designed Iron Maiden’s famous rock tees.


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Zayn said: "Working with Mark gave me a license to do something exciting conceptually with a lot of colour and detail.”

“The art we created gives a nod to the vintage rock band t-shirts but with my own concept.”

The full collection is available now in Zayn’s online store.

Feat image: Billboard



Photographer Carla Richmond Coffing and writer, Hanne Steen have created “Lovers Shirts”, a project which explores the reasons we cling to material things such as our ex’s old t-shirts.

Steen said: “There is something about (ex-lovers’ shirts) – even old and torn, they feel special, different than any other piece of clothing.

“My last boyfriend had a stack of old t-shirts, worn and soft and full of holes that I used to love to wear… When that relationship ended, I somehow neglected to keep any of his shirts, and I missed wearing them, because I missed him – his smell, his arms around me, so I decided to do a project that looked deeper into this phenomenon, as a way of exploring my own feelings of longing and attachment, and ultimately, detachment. I was curious whether or not other people felt the same way.”

Well, we can definitely relate to how Steen felt. Take a look at these beautiful images – further proof that a picture will is worth a thousand words.








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