Pleasures Guilt Tee - Black


The Collection

Following on from their previous collaborative collection celebrating the 40th-anniversary of Joy Division’s groundbreaking ‘Unknown Pleasures album, Los Angeles punks Pleasures continue to explore the monumental influence of Factory Records in this new collection with New Order, the Factory Records band that emerged from the shadow of Joy Division to create a sound all their own. Created with designer Peter Saville, whose work became visually synonymous with the Manchester sound, this collection offers innovative graphics across sweats, tees, hoodies, pants, shirts, and accessories. Another season, another collection that shows Pleasures chasing their foundational obsessions with new energy.

This Garment

The Pleasures Guilt Tee celebrates one of New Order’s more recent contributions to music, the 2005 Grammy-nominated track ‘Guilt is a Useless Emotion,’ from the band’s 2005 album ‘Waiting for the Sirens’ Call.’

  • Black colourway
  • Cotton single jersey fabric
  • ‘Guilt is a Useless Emotion’ print on the front
  • New Order branded motif screen-printed on the back
  • Ribbed neckline
  • Made in collaboration with Factory Records
  • 100% cotton
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