Once a staple in everyone’s wardrobe (and still is, for some), the humble logo T-shirt is back and cool again. Here are five of our favourites, and one of them being a dark horse in the list. Wear them with high-waisted cropped jeans and fancy shoes for a casual-luxe vibe, or go all out and pair them with extravagant bottoms (think embellishments) and accessories for a fun take. Pick your poison, and get your T-game on!

Photo credits: Diego Zuko, Nabile Quenum, Collage Vintage


Saint Laurent
A punchy take on the timeless ‘YSL’ logo, Los Angeles-based artist and musician, Zane Reynolds, definitely added a badass attitude to what may have been just another logo T-shirt.
Throw on a denim jacket and you’re good to go!

Available in stores.
Saint Laurent T-shirt in white Malibu Barbara printed cotton, S$660. 


Alexander McQueen
True to its brand, the AMQ logo formed of bones evoke a sense of mystery. Yet, it being a T-shirt, adds a sense of lightness to it. Wear this with a fun skirt for a unexpected, yet interesting take on the trend.

Alexander McQueen Bones cotton T-shirt, US$345.


If you managed to get your hands on the logo T-shirt from the Balmain x H&M collection last year, you’re all set! But, if you didn’t, consider this your second chance.

Balmain logo cotton T-shirt, €161.


Designed by Alessandro Michele, and customised by Brooklyn-based artist, Trouble Andrew, this T-shirt represents a juxtaposition of the past and the present, and a mix of two cultures. We say, it’s fun, loud, and we’d like one please.

Available in stores. 
Gucci Ghost cotton T-shirt, S$610.


Though it is technically not a luxury brand like the previous options, we’ve included Google on this list for its sheer omnipresence (thank you Google Maps, Gmail, and Google search). True to their brand, they kept things simple and clean with this T-shirt as well. Because, you know – less is more.

Google logo cotton T-shirt, US$21.60.