Let's be honest men really don't understand women. So I thought I'd give them a few pointers. I think of it as providing a form of public service! It's a roadmap for men. Simple instructions for them to follow!
Derby, Derbyshire (PRWEB) September 19, 2007
It's said that men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Many a tome has been written attempting to improve the communication between the sexes but few can claim to have actually made any headway. Step forward Designer T-Shirt brand Queen of Suburbia.
With the launch of the latest ladies t-shirt to join her collection of witty slogans, English Fashion Designer Danni Tomkinson laughs that her contribution to the battle of the sexes, comes in the form of just the two words. "Flattery Operated."
"Let's be honest men really don't understand women. So I thought I'd give them a few pointers. I think of it as providing a form of public service! It's a roadmap for men. Simple instructions for them to follow!"
In true Queen of Suburbia style, the flattery operated t-shirt shouldn't just be taken at face value. Marketing Director and fashion blogger Mark Errington explains that "Flattery Operated isn't just about telling people they look great (although of course they do in their Queen of Suburbia T-Shirt), it was conceived to highlight that being flattering isn't just about paying compliments. True flattery is about listening and supporting women."
Can the conundrum really be solved that easily? Are women that easy to understand after all? If Queen of Suburbia understands the female psyche as well as they do the male then, the answer may well be yes. They've shown a profound understanding of the inner workings of the male mind by putting the message on a woman's chest.
The Flattery Operated tee is available in black, pink and white as well as a red racerback vest from Queen of Suburbia.
About Queen of Suburbia
Queen of Suburbia are based in the UK and headed up by designer Danielle Tomkinson. Queen of Suburbia has shot to European prominence with a range of T-shirts and bags influenced by politics amongst school mothers. Danni worked for several prominent fashion houses in late 90's London but left the big city lights for suburbia where she had her two children. Whilst design remained a hobby, it seemed like her high-flying career was a thing of the past until she found an unlikely muse in the school playground. The politics amongst the mothers in the schoolyard fascinated Danni and soon she was designing again. This time, rather than suits for Paul Smith or dresses for 1647, it was ladies slogan T-shirts that became the outlet for her creative talents.
Queen of Suburbia started small but grew quickly, first local, then regional, national and Europe-wide, the witty, arch and fashionable tees struck a cord and now finally demand from the US has reached such a level that Queen of Suburbia has opted to distribute in the US via her website http://www.queenofsuburbia.com