When Street Etiquette released their Black Ivy editorial over two years ago, it was as a tribute to the first black colleges and a celebration of style, character, education and art. The term “Black Ivy” has since become synonymous with the duo, as well as the many individuals involved with the project — Ouigi Theodore of The Brooklyn Circus among them. To mark the debut of Street Etiquette’s online store, both Travis Gumbs and Joshua Kissi recently partnered with BKc for a limited run of clean logo tees. Each shirt is made in the USA from 100% cotton, fits well and showcases collegiate-inspired graphics on white, burgundy or black. The trio of T-shirts is available now at Street Etiquette’s online store.
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