TfL Meets Streetwear In New Roundel Clothing Collection

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TfL Meets Streetwear In New Roundel Clothing Collection

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TfL sweater

The London Underground roundel has been cool for a while. Just look at the collaborations both Nike and Adidas did, using the symbol to sell footwear. Now it's working its way up, covering both t-shirts and jumpers in a new collection from DoneLondon.

DoneLondon is a grassroots independent brand that produces hand screen-printed apparel in Lewisham. It keeps it clean in this collection, just a roundel against one colour tees, shown off to powerful effect in a photoshoot at the abandoned Aldgate station.

There are two sides to the collection. The first is the north, south, east and westbound set, featuring a traditional roundel on t-shirts and jumpers. Then there's the mover collection, which features a new take on the symbol, that — as you might have gleamed from the name — puts the roundel in motion. These fresh takes are our favourites.

The back of a Mover tee

This is the brand's first collaboration with TfL, but more are expected between now and December 2020.

Items across the two collections cost between £30-£50 and can be bought on DoneLondon's website.

Last Updated 22 November 2019