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  • Press Release - New AI apparel company Timbre & Style LLC pledges support in current COVID-19 health crisis

    “Our neck gaiters are a fashion accessory that will remain useful and attractive even after the current health crisis”, says Timbre & Style CEO Juergen Heit. “In a pinch, they can be used as a face mask, as they make it harder for us to touch our face. Consequently, fabric masks may prevent unintentionally transferring a virus from something we have touched to an area where it can more easily infect us. I hope that we can contribute to stopping the spread of coronavirus infections by helping our customers stay safe, and by supporting other organizations that are fighting this global pandemic and its consequences.”

    Customers can choose the organization they want to support when placing an order at the timbreandstyle.com webstore. Options range from local non-profits such as Theatre Bay Area to global ones like Doctors Without Borders...

  • Press Release - Newly launched apparel company challenges current graphic design processes while trailblazing path to leverage human creativity more efficiently

    “Our designs are abstract, yet they embody topics people feel passionate about. We want this passion to be reflected in our designs, too. But so far, software approaches to mimic the creative process to get there have struggled to generate particularly relatable designs”, says Timbre & Style CEO ...
  • A surefire way to identify quality t-shirts that are both durable and versatile

    Due to their short lifespan, “fast fashion” clothes can end up costing a lot more than better quality garments that may have a higher sticker price. 

    High-quality t-shirts with cool, versatile designs that one can wear wherever, that’s exactly the category ...

  • “Do you think I can wear this?” A surefire way to declutter your closet and pick versatile t-shirt designs

    Replace all of your current graphic tees with solid colored ones, and then gradually introduce graphics that pass the “could this hang in a museum” rule of thumb. If you are a curator of fine art in a museum, your answer to this question will be very reliable. For the rest of us, results may vary ...