We made a batch of hand-screened t-shirts in anticipation of our sally into Londontown. This one right here is inspired by a typeface by Josef Albers.   

We made a batch of hand-screened t-shirts in anticipation of our sally into Londontown. This one right here is inspired by a typeface by Josef Albers.   


Our Swim Club San Jacintos Tank pays homage to our sunward-jutting neighbors just to the East of Ace Hotel & Swim Club — the fair San Jacintos — and to our brightest shining star. Seattle-based Jungmaven makes these from a natural white material composed of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton. Hemp is an environmentally friendly, sustainable crop that produces more fiber per acre than trees, has naturally anti-microbial properties and goes from seed to harvest in only four months. It’s hard to smoke though — we tried. Recommended use: wearing.

Our Swim Club San Jacintos Tank pays homage to our sunward-jutting neighbors just to the East of Ace Hotel & Swim Club — the fair San Jacintos — and to our brightest shining star. Seattle-based Jungmaven makes these from a natural white material composed of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton. Hemp is an environmentally friendly, sustainable crop that produces more fiber per acre than trees, has naturally anti-microbial properties and goes from seed to harvest in only four months. It’s hard to smoke though — we tried. Recommended use: wearing.


For the love of shorty, we’ve translated some Ace classics onto miniature shirts and a handful of onesies, like this Ace Hotel Seattle tugboat, just huffin’ and puffin’ away. You can see the full gang on our shop. Through tonight, we’re giving 10% of all sales to New York Cares to aid in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

For the love of shorty, we’ve translated some Ace classics onto miniature shirts and a handful of onesies, like this Ace Hotel Seattle tugboat, just huffin’ and puffin’ away. You can see the full gang on our shop. Through tonight, we’re giving 10% of all sales to New York Cares to aid in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.


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