Co-Tee TV Episode 55: Teenage Mutant Artists, Enso Threads and the Moment

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Heroes In An Art Shell by Jon Hillier and review Expression of the Moment by Enso Threads, a high end clothing line from New York. Powered by imagination and supported by creativity, Enso Threads takes a unique look at everything. They combine influences from asian culture with our own artistic values and life experiences to produce clean, simple and wearable fashion.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Expression of the Moment by Enso Threads. Pros: Enso Threads is an interesting and unique brand with a philosophical angle to their designs. T-Shirts are individually packaged in plastic bags inside of the mailer to protect the T-Shirt during shipment. Affordable at just $16. Printed on an American Apparel blank, so you know what to expect when it comes to size and fit. Comes with a screen printed label and is tagless. Custom hang tag for a professional look and feel. Cons: Some people might not be a fan of the odd print placement. I was skeptical about it myself but when I received the product I liked how it looked on me. Price: $16.00

Enso Threads

Also mentioned in this episode:

My Favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (in order)

Linty Fresh 2009 Poem Book

Lance Armstrong – Live Strong

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Comments

  1. says

    Hey Coty, thanks for reviewing our t-shirt. We appreciate it a lot.

    The t-shirt blank is American Apparel and the print is done with discharge printing and will become as soft as the t-shirt after one wash. That’s why it feels a little thicker at first.

  2. says

    No problem, thanks for sending it over!

    That’s good to know that you’re using discharge printing. It’ll get much softer after the first wash.

    Keep up the great work and I can’t wait to see the new line!