Lilac Triple Cotton Reggae T-Shirt
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Oversized Triple T crafted in soft slub organic cotton jersey, featuring an exclusive Museum of Youth Culture archive print as part of our six piece collection, celebrating the cultural movements that have inspired 25 years of YMC design.
The Reggae Print
The British have always had an affinity with Jamaican music. Reggae first appeared in the tune “Do the Reggay” by Toots and the Maytals in 68. These 45s were played on Sound systems which had originated in 50s Jamaica but by the 60s had migrated to the U.K. An early pioneer Lloyd Coxsone took reggae to the masses by taking his Sir Coxsone Sound system on the road, this helped cement the U.K. scene & by 1974 sound systems were introduced to Notting Hill Carnival and the rest is history.
- Photographer: Peter Anderson
- An oversized fit for a relaxed silhouette, with a dropped shoulder and short sleeves.
- Features a self-fabric, bound style neckband, hem side vent and stitched hem cuff. Front print.
- 100% Organic Cotton
- Made in Portugal
- Naoki is 6'2 with a 29" waist, shown in size large