Leave it to a couple of creative ladies – sisters A.J. and Lucy-Anna Hateley – to come up with a fashion line built around the almighty video game. Gametee is billed as the “first luxury brand for gamers,” and from some of these concepts, we can see why. The Hateleys are clearly more than just fashionistas. These are women with a love for hardcore gaming that shows in each of the many designs that celebrate the finest titles, past and present.
Our personal favorite is the one inspired by the Nintendo World Championships of 1990 that you see in the pic. As the years go by and it gets tougher to play 12 straight hours in a day, it’s nice knowing that you can take your love of gaming with you on dates, to parties, and at work. Thank you, Gametee.
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