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TfL team up with Done London for hand screen-printed apparel collection

The 23-piece capsule collection represents four London regions

  • Tayler Willson
  • 24 February 2020
TfL team up with Done London for hand screen-printed apparel collection

Transport for London and Done London have created their first TfL-licensed products, representing four regions of London with the iconic Roundel logo.

Compromising of graphic tees and sweatshirts, the collection champions the London Underground’s iconic Roundel logo in a clean and sophisticated style.

The collection represents four regions of the city - North, South, East and West - and includes a version of the Roundel representative of the movement the Tube network creates, and features a colour scheme based on the Tube lines.

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Done London is an independent design and print studio specialising in hand screen-printed graphic apparel, operational since 2012 and inspired by DIY subcultures, urban music and art scenes.

It is a grass roots brand, producing casual streetwear styled garments, as well as collaborating with artists, musicians and brands to create limited edition printed T-shirts.

The collection is available now, exclusively from www.donelondon.co.uk

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Tayler Willson is Mixmag's Digital Fashion Editor, follow him on Twitter