Here’s Tay Jardine from We Are The In Crowd rocking our very own Led Zeppelin 1977 US Tour Tee.
You can still pick them up at the Amplified store in Covent Garden or at www.amplifiedclothing.com
Who’s this bookmarking Shock Rock Legend Alice Cooper? It’s Bullet For My Valentine, one of the UK’s biggest rock exports of the moment.
Drummer Moose is rockin the Amplified x Led Zeppelin ’1977′ USA Tour Tee.
The BFMV Arena Tour starts in Manchester on Dec 1st and hits Glasgow, Birmingham and London before finishing in Cardiff on the Dec 6th.
There’s a chance all this sun has gone to our heads because our official store PULP have some mega deals on Amplified tees now including the brand new range!
T-shirts are £24.99 each or 2 for £40
T-shirts and vests £29.99 each or 2 for £50
New style vests £34.99 each or 2 for £60
So head over to PULP now and shop the full range, be quick this is a limited offer and we have no idea when it’s going t end > http://www.thisispulp.co.uk/brand-landing/amplified_0_578_0_na_0.html
The humble t- shirt has come a long way since its origins back in 1913 when they held the function of regulation undergarments for the U.S Navy. Two decades on and the University of Southern California issued t-shirts to its football players to stop their shoulder pads chafing. It wasn’t until students started stealing these for casual-wear that they hit the fashion scene! This crime wave spawned the original printed t-shirts with the university stencilling ‘USC’ onto them as a crime prevention tactic.
You can’t say Amplified doesn’t teach you anything, but enough of the history lesson and back to 2013 where the t-shirt holds a pretty high position on the hierarchy of garments, particularly the printed t-shirt for Spring/Summer 13. With the likes of Commes Des Garcons, Henry Holland, Alexander McQueen and Givenchy rolling them out for the sunnier seasons you know you’re onto a winner.
So where can you get some cool and quirky printed t-shirts that won’t set you back a month’s rent. . . AMPLIFIED OF COURSE!
Head to the shopping part of this site to check out the t-shirts you’ll be ‘rocking’ this summer, because after all students committed crime to get these into fashion for you!
A very (belated!) Happy New Year from everyone here at Amplified, we hope you aren’t feeling too down with the January blues.
If you are missing Christmas (and more importantly the time off!), why not take a trip down memory lane, turn up the heat and play some classic Rolling Stones to make you feel better? It is, after all, 49 years to the day since the band released their first ever EP; the imaginatively titled ‘The Rolling Stones’ had four covers of U.S. ‘rock ‘n’ soul’ classics.
Packed with Mick Jagger’s raspy vocals, the EP was in the UK charts for 11 weeks and shot straight to number one.
So forget the New Year’s resolution of going to the gym and pay homage to the iconic band by rocking out to their greatest albums and squeezing yourself into one of our great Rolling Stones designs.
The Santa hats are out, the Christmas songs are on the radio (more The Ramones’ Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight) than Mariah) and the office is feeling jolly – it can only be the happiest time of year!
As well as celebrating the arrival of a fat guy in a red suit bearing presents and the birth of the son of God, Christmas has some important musical anniversaries, too. In fact, the Sex Pistols played their last ever UK gig on Christmas Eve, 1977 and the Beatles’ nine-week run at number 1 on the UK chart began on Christmas Day 1965. The album? Rubber Soul, which spent an impressive 42 weeks in the chart in total.
Whatever your plans over the festive period, eat drink and be merry, but pay homage to the great musical anniversaries we have, too in your new Amplified t-shirt (because there is one under your tree, right?)
Merry Christmas from everybody at Amplified!
Pink Floyd fever has bought Amplified HQ to a stand still today leaving us all feeling a little ‘Comfortably Numb’!
On this evening in 1994, the band played the opening to a hefty 15-night run at Earls Court. Unfortunately, the first night didn’t quite go as planned – after a minute of playing, one of the stands holding the fans collapsed leading to the gig being cancelled.
Thankfully everyone was ok and with Pink Floyd not wanting to leave their fans feeling disappointed, the boys sent out a free T-shirt along with an apologetic note to the gig-goers and rescheduled the evening. We think that’s pretty awesome going!
So don’t be ‘Another Brick In The Wall’ and stand out in a Pink Floyd tee today from Amplifed. It might not be personally sent from the guys themselves but it’s the next best thing!
Amplified has done it once again, with our statement tees recently getting coverage in Love it!, More, InStyle, Look, Daily Express and Heat.
Our classic Ramones logo tee featured in both Love it! and the Daily Express in two fabulous features – Love it! obsessed over glamorous festival fashion while the Daily Express showed us how to get this Summer’s rock chic look, using Caroline Flack as their inspiration and teaming the tee with some chic ankle boots, an on trend peplum skirt and a blazer to finish the hot look.
Heat also showed us how to get Miss Flack’s inspiring rock chic style with our Rolling Stones ‘Tour ’82’ tee.
More magazine also had a festival fashion frenzy with our Pink Floyd ‘On the run’ tee, while Instyle went nu-rave with a gorgeous shoot featuring our Bowie tee not once but twice!
And finally, who treated themselves with our LOOK magazine offer – 20% off Amplified at www.thisispulp.co.uk?
Keep an eye out for more Amplified in the press!
After the last few weeks, we think it’s safe to say that festival season is in full swing! Whether you have been lucky enough to grace Victoria Park for the marathon of festivals it has showcased (Field Day, Lovebox and most recently BBC Radio 1’s Hackney Weekend), scathe with jealousy at the footage on the television or even just register for your Glastonbury 2013 ticket (364 days away exactly, not that we’re counting!) you were probably involved in the festival hype somehow!
Along with the music itself, we’ve also been watching to see which outfits appear on stage and have noticed a definite trend emerging – rock t-shirts paired with eclectic denim shorts, the definitive festival staple.
If you want to follow the stylish footsteps of Lana Del Rey, Jessie J and Tinie Tempah get yourself over to Pulp’s Amplified collection and bag your own rock tee. Layer under a khaki or leather jacket and wear with your best denims – festival fashion, done!
As the nation celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the press is going crazy for our Sex Pistols ‘God Save the Queen’ t-shirt.
Featured three times in Reveal – once in Katie Piper’s fabulous column and twice in a street party shoot – the t-shirt started making waves earlier this month before going on to feature in both Zoo and Now, too.
So celebrate this patriotic holiday in style with an Amplified tee – available at www.thisispulp.co.uk – and use it again for the Olympics, after all a t-shirt’s for life, not just the Jubilee.