Labels by a single designer can often lack variety, which accounts for why everything by Ed Hardy is so thoroughly a-holey. Wear sweet designs from multiple people instead, with The Arcade Collection by the Independent Clothing Company.
Based in England's Sheffield, so probably in a charming cottage upon a handsome hamlet or something, Arcade's a collective screenprinting op relying on schloads of different Brits to design shirts they'll send to the New World sans shipping charges, meaning they've anticipated the event of a Tee Party. Highlights include:
Deadwood: Designed by the dude who runs the show, the tee homages CA's centennial rush, with a "two colour" pic of a ghost town below "Gold Since 1876", totally pwning the same-named HBO series, which didn't get it until the '97 Globes. And even then, it was really more just about Ian McShane's individual excellence.
Tom Selleck: This torso sheath shows the mustached PI surrounded by the ocean's fiercest predators (aside from himself!), as he fights off five massive great whites, having already dealt with hammerheads when Lisa Kudrow approached him during his guest spot on Friends. Her forehead is big.
1778: Designed because the artist thought it was "just a pretty image", this one's got a triple-masted clipper ship sailing through a large "X", suggesting they should probably just anchor and start digging into their boat.
They've also just dropped a blue back-printed hoodie with a giant nautical seal -- you'll wear it so much, soon it'll b-holey.