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Hands up who *didn't* own a hypercolour t-shirt back in the day. Hey, I said, if you didn't own one! So yeah. I'd hazard a guess there aren't many hands in the air right about now.
Well, the good news for all you freaky deaky colour-changing clothes lovers is... they're back. Apparently.

According to the LA Times, heat-activated clothing is "hot again" (haha). And they've suggested where you can get an armpit-sweat-highlighting piece of clothing of your very own.

First up is Henry Holland, who used heat sensitive fabrics in his spring/summer '08 collection 'Stephanie & Axl' to put together denim micro shorts, a mini t-shirt dress and of course, a tee. Totally Agy Deyn, or as the LA Times says, clothes entirely befitting the Fresh Prince of Bel Air (well, maybe Will Smith would've foregone the hotpants).

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Then there's American Apparel, who have gone down the more traditional Hypercolour route with their unisex Thermochromatic jersey t-shirt, which reminds me of the good ol' days when wearing random blotchy patches of colour was oh-so-cool.


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LA-based Anzevino and Florence released their colourchange line of garments in December last year and are the perfect pieces to take you back to your 80s heyday. Nostalgia much?

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And in case you were after something more, say, individual, you can also get custom tees made, like they do at Colour by the Sun. Maybe good for a cheesy (yet completely cool) holiday souvenir?

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[via FabSugar]