This distinctive wearable art, known as Triple T-shirts (TTT), elevates the everyday fashion item of T-shirts from commonplace to uncommon works of art.
We upcycle three (sometimes more) T-shirts into one seamless flowing garment that can be configured to be worn in six unique styles. Each style—from poncho to hoodie to shawl and beyond—brings dynamic versatility to traditional T-shirts.
The concept was developed in the early 2000s when TTT creator Beau McCall was trying to find an outfit to wear to a George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic concert. While sorting through nearly one-hundred T-shirts in his collection he couldn’t settle on which one to wear. So he came up with the idea to sew together three of his favorite T-shirts. And that’s when TTT was born.
Inspired by the role of T-shirts as a canvas for messages, we thoughtfully curate each creation to tell celebratory, inspirational, witty, and provocative narratives. The variety of themes covers everything from pop culture to social justice.
With creativity, a malleable silhouette, and a commitment to bold statements, we are redefining the concept of a T-shirt.
TTT have been featured in media outlets including The NY Times and Women’s Wear Daily. The line has also been a hit with shoppers at venues such as Nordstrom, the Brooklyn Museum, and AfroPunk. TTT are held in the private collections of celebrities such as Debbie Harry of Blondie and in the permanent collections at The Museum at FIT (New York) and Victoria and Albert Museum (London).
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