Because glamour is only useful for getting humans to butt out of your vamp business, the East End-loving native behind Knit's latest batch of hyperlocal tees showers some love on the Hamptons' least shmancy town -- Amagansett -- by collaborating with a local business for each design and cutting them in on the profit. The goods:
1) Astro Pizza: Due to the owner's "keen interest in outer space" (and probably also the allure of hilarious "Our pizza is out-of-this-world!" wordplay), this design for one of the oldest pizza joints on the East End depicts a rocket ship circling a planetoid pepperoni pie.
2) Cyril's Fish House: This marine blue joint arcs the BBC champion's name underneath international maritime signal flags, including the cross-bearing design for "Stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals". Wait, how does this shirt know what everyone at Cyril's is going to say to you?!
3) La Fondita: "The little kitchen" is repped by a pin-up-style surfer babe, whose shirt has the exact same cursive "La Fondita" scrawled across the chest as yours (don't worry, your breasts look WAY better!).
4) Fish Farm: Repping the seafood purveyors and their comestible-cookin' on-premises Sea Slug Lounge, this joint boasts a grinning fish donning a farmer's hat and carrying a pitchfork, which is of no concern to you considering you can just glamour him, then get back to having frustratingly romantic sex with Anna Paquin.
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