The Quiet Life x Flatspot Pocket Tees

UK online retailer Flatspot have collaborated with Californian brand The Quiet Life to create two pocket T-shirts using vintage fabrics for the upcoming Spring season.

Shot by Ed Phillips, the accompanying photos are a work of art in themselves, showing the two shirts in the surroundings of TQL’s cali homeland. The tees are available in simple black and white colourways, using a vintage ‘watch and junk food’ printed fabric which gives the tees a nice quirky vibe, with some understated pastel colours. The Quiet Life’s ‘moustache’ flag label is placed in the usual pocket position, with dual branding on the inside of the garment. Both tees are available now from Flatspot for £30.00.

The Quiet Life
Ed Phillips

Jonathon Bartlett

Jonathon is a freelance writer specialising in fashion and music journalism, having worked for the likes of MOO, Monocle, Light & Heavy and Versus Magazine.

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  • Cal

    Theres only so many pocket tees you can do before they start to loose there appeal IMO.

  • hunter

    Are this shot in America? looks pretty nice over they’re

  • Mellowhype

    I agree with cal. As much as I like these tee shirts I would rather spend my money on something more original.

  • Mynameistom

    Got to echo what’s been said above, nice enough tees, but a bit late to the party. This sort of thing had been done to death now.