Crazy World Ain't It
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 23, 2007
Worn Free, purveyor of top-quality, ultra-chic rock 'n' roll T-shirts, is proud to adorn the torso of Entourage star Adrian Grenier (and those of myriad other celebrities) with its wares.
The licensed-apparel company's distinctive tees - reproductions of shirts worn by rock stars like John Lennon, Frank Zappa, Joan Jett, Debbie Harry, Joey Ramone and others in famous photos, as well as of classic images by some of the pop world's most celebrated designers - have appeared in numerous episodes of HBO's hit series, which was recently nominated for seven Emmy Awards.
As the show's protagonist, rising movie star Vincent Chase, Grenier has been seen in such Worn Free designs as the Zappa Radio Clyde shirt, the Lennon "You Are Here" and Record Plant Studios shirts and the John Van Hamersveld "Crazy World Ain't It" shirt, among others.
These and other designs can be viewed by visitors to Worn Free's booth at the Project trade show in Las Vegas August 28-30.
The seeming ubiquity of Worn Free attire isn't limited to premium-cable comedies, however; these coveted cotton creations have been seen of late on such celebs as Hitch and Ghost Rider star Eva Mendes; Oscar-nominated actor Ryan Gosling; supermodel Naomi Campbell; Ratatouille voice, King of Queens co-star and standup sensation Patton Oswalt; ER's John Stamos; Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder; and members of such bands as The Jesus and Mary Chain, The All American Rejects, Marilyn Manson, Travis and Kaiser Chiefs.
Said shirts have also been spotlighted in such publications as People, Entertainment Weekly and, of course, Germany's lifestyle magazine Prinz, which praised Worn Free's "T-Shirts mit Musikgeschichte" (for the Teutonically challenged, that means "with music history").
Worn Free co-hosted a booth with Virgin Megastore at California's literally hot Coachella festival last May, and artists like Amy Winehouse, Ghostface Killah, Stephen Marley, Rufus Wainwright, DJ Shadow and others showed up to do signings.
Celebrity shirt sightings and kindred developments are chronicled faithfully on the irreverent Worn Free blog, which can be found at http://www.wornfree.vox.com.