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After scouring Chicago's best consignment shops, we're feeling nostalgic this week. And these new t-shirts from Old Flame perfectly, um, match our Throwback Thursday mood.
Created by Beauty Bar owner Paul Devitt, the tees are inspired by the artwork on old matchbooks. Devitt digs through flea markets, auctions, and estate sales to find matchbook art from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s, and decks his lifestyle gear with images that recall a city's past. In the latest collection, two t-shirts call out fixtures of Chicago's past: Pie-Pan Drive In, and Sky Ride cocktail lounge. The shirts are $30 a pop, and can be purchased here.
· Old Flame [Official Site]