With the summer heat in full bloom and all social life and demonstration being outdoor activities for the foreseeable future, we’re eager to add to our catalog of short sleeve and warm weather pieces. In our second collection of archival tees, we’ve curated an assortment of comfortably worn, loose fitting and breathable shirts from a diverse set of backgrounds.

This selection builds on our first archive drop with each piece carrying its own story and slice of history. One-off pieces from brands like Gucci, Burberry, Kapital and more are complimented by an eclectic pick of vintage music merchandise and other cultural memorabilia.

Rolling Stones Tie-Dye Voodoo Lounge Tee

Band merchandise is a staple to any archive collection. This tie-dye shirt from the Rolling Stones showcases a mellower side of the band's merch—a line more commonly known for red lips and stretched tongue. The "Voodoo Lounge" was also the first-ever album to be awarded "Best Rock Album" at the Grammys in 1995.

Picasso Don Quixote Sancho Panza Tee

Beyond the world of music, the archival collection also highlights unique artifacts like this Pablo Picasso print tee. The artist's sketch of the historic fiction novel  "Don Quixote" brings together the work of two great Spanish pioneers in the world of art and literature.

Organized Crime Tony Soprano Tee

Modern mediums are also celebrated in the archive collection, like This Soprano's print tee which features television's most iconic family man and his chosen profession.

From anime to comics, cartoons and more, browse the full archive collection available now on Seasons.