With superior fabrics, nods to street art and mind-messing graphics, these aren't your grandpa's T-shirts. Wear them with pride. For more shopping, check out our guides to Melbourne's best vintage stores and best markets.
PAM (aka Perks and Minnie) flaunts its cool as all get out kit in Curtin House. It's on the pricey end, but it's excellent quality stock with unique designs. Expect PAM, Supreme, C.E., Norse Projects and more.
Whether you're looking for an authentic Rolling Stones shirt or one from the latest indie chancers, Retrostar has you covered. They claim to have over 5,000 band T-shirts, as well as plenty of vintage clothing and accessories.
Born out of a love of music and graphics, Tomorrow Never Knows is a Melbourne-based shop that produces T-shirts on 100 per cent certified organic cotton. They also stock quirky, Melbourne made accessories.
The world's biggest high street fashion retailer stocks a whole variety of on-trend tees, including the latest lines from their supremely popular NewGen Men iniative, which highlights emerging British designers.