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I love these guys. "Out there" is not nearly descriptive enough. I recently found this letter they wrote to NYMag:

Dear New York Magazine,

Thanks for giving us yet one more reason to fire our PR guy! You should have been made aware that Manhattan-based Hart+Larsson, not Marc Jacobs, offers the city’s most expensive t-shirt. At a staggering $38,556, the modified vintage tee called Hendrix Lives is one of just 25 pieces comprising H+L’s uber-exclusive Purple '05. The entire collection, which includes men's dress shirts, women's tops, skirts, sweaters, and pants, is available at a cost of $1,009,307 or the equivalent of 3,958 MJ tees (taxes not included).

Sincerely,

Hart+Larsson

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