British Remains, the label started by Andrew Bunney and Daryl Saunders because they couldn't find any decent printed T-shirts, have partnered with uniform experiment on a pair of tees in black or white that celebrate "the glorious mundanity" of the British approach toward enjoying the summertime. The white tee reads "Same thing day after day," and on the back, "How much more can you take?" Instead of uplift, the message is one that transmits the struggle to stay sane while enduring "forced jollity in joyless locales." One need not be British to relate. The tees will be available exclusively through uniform experiment retailers and London's Hideout.