Disturbing London x MHI ‘Disturbing Icon’ Shirt

A brand we’re not to used to coming across, Disturbing London, has teamed up with one we’re a little more familiar with, MHI, for this washed denim chambray ‘Disturbing Icon’ shirt.

The front of the shirt features a repeating pattern of embroidered Disturbing London icons, and to chest pockets with button down flaps, while the sleeves, collar and back of the shirt are completely plain. Coming in a blue chambray, the shirt has a shallow, curved hem, and a row of concealed white buttons. Although Disturbing London isn’t a brand I’m very familiar with (other than it’s association with Tinie Tempah), what little I’ve seen from them so far didn’t suggest a piece such as this would follow.

The shirt also comes in black, and is joined by a full collection of jackets, pants, shorts, tees, and sweatshirts, all available to pre-order from Disturbing London now.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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    It’s a shame to see MHI heading down this route unless this is a one off and if so why? Always found Disturbing London to be a strange affiliate with T.T. as the guy actually carries his style quite well (not to be confused with me being a fan of his music).
    Seems as though its a quick cash in vibe. No?

  • mellowhype

    ^couldnt agree more, additionally if they are gonna drop one-offs – why make it something that looks like this? ghastly.


    Looking into it more, they have done a whole collection.


    Can i also add i dont really know what i’m talking about