No one said that reinterpretations of Shakespeare have to stick exactly to the script: just look at the Leo remake where they had guns, or Little Fockers, which really only emulated The Comedy of Errors' title. For a new drop of streetwear also taking liberties with The Bard's work, check out Jiberish's spring line. From one of Denver's few, actually known, cut-and-sew streetwear brands, Jiberish's new spring line (which includes everything from tees to denim) claims inspiration from Shakespeare, though it's given a "youthful twist", which's also how your dad got laid in 1959. Light warmth comes via black or gray straight-leg jeans that are blended with a tiny bit of spandex to let 'em stretch (and are designed to be worn so they "sit off your hip"), and a cotton Smug sweater with rapier embroidery and "tightly woven horizontal lines" for a "grown up look", or, how your dad got laid in 1987. New tees include one with "Uneasy Lies The Head That Wears A" in old-timey script, the Interference in white or green with "five layers of colored checkers" riding up the shoulder and around the back, and the Blazing Mandala, with a fiery sun rocking "cheap party shades", more commonly referred to as "rave-iators". The highlight's a Nintendo-inspired design with a pixelated downhill skier under "Shred the Gnar", not totally unlike the advice of De Niro's agents to "Shred Any Piece of Evidence Linking you to Little Fockers".